Bronze Viking Knotwork Triskelion Ring. This Premium Ring is from our Handcrafted Viking Forge Line.
It’s believed that the Triskele is around since the Neolithic times, which is roughly 3,200 years BC! The Triskelion was found carved into Newgrange (circa 3200BC) in County Meath. A tomb that’s older than Stonehenge and the pyramids of Egypt. This ring also features the valknut on the side: the valknut has been found in artwork related to Odin, and has sometimes been called one of Odin’s symbols.
Forged Hunting Wolf Viking Knotwork Ring. This Premium Ring is from our Handcrafted Viking Forge Line.
Wolves were seen as both being negative and positive to the Norse people. On one hand, they can represent chaos and destruction (e.g. Fenrir, Skoll, and Hati), while on the other hand, they can also represent bravery, loyalty, protection, and wisdom.
Vegvisir, the Viking Compass, is first recorded in the Huld Manuscript, compiled by Geir Vigfusson in the 19th century. It depicts the Vegvisir symbol, which means “that which shows the way”, combining “vegur” which means way, with “visir”, which means pointer.