Hugin and Munin Triple-Twist Torc Bracelet
Hugin and Munin Triple-Twist Torc Bracelet. This Premium Bracelet is from our Handcrafted Viking Forge Line.
In Norse mythology, Huginn and Muninn are Odin’s two ravens. Huginn is the old Norse word for “thought” and Muninn is the old Norse word for “memory”. Every morning at sunrise he sends them off to fly throughout all of the nine realms to gather information on what is happening. In the evening they return to Odin in Asgard and tell him everything that they have seen and heard.
- Metal Stamp: Silver-plated Zinc Alloy
- Gender: Unisex
- Main Stone: No Stone
- Line: Viking Forge
Two-Tone Fenrir Wolf Head Viking Ring – Steel and Copper. This Premium Stainless Steel Ring is from our Handcrafted Viking Forge Line.
So, while Fenrir was feared and was used as the basis of many evil wolf characters in later literature and cultural works, in Norse mythology he was a symbol of strength, ferocity, destiny, and inevitability. He was often viewed as someone wrongfully chained in an attempt to prevent the fulfillment of his destiny.
- Metal Stamp: 316L (stainless steel)
- Gender: Unisex
- Main Stone: None
Carry the power of Thor with Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, on a cord necklace featuring raven’s head clasps! Mjolnir (also Mjöllnir) was both thunder-god Thor’s preferred weapon and the means by which he granted blessings. As a symbol, it was widely in use during the viking era, and versions of it were often worn or carried as talismans by the vikings, who certainly would have wanted to call upon Thor’s strength, protection, and skill in battle.
This leather Hammer of Thor Raven King’s Chain features a heavy necklace and Thor’s Hammer pendant. Mjolnir is adorned with bold knotwork. The necklace is a high quality and modernized reconstruction of chain and mjolnir of the findings from Ödeshög, Östergötland, Sweden
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Viking Pendant Thor’s Fishing Trip – Gold and Silver -Thor’s Encounter with Jormungandr Jörmungandr and Thor met according to one detailed Viking tale when Thor goes fishing with the giant Hymir. When Hymir refuses to provide Thor with bait, Thor strikes the head off Hymir’s largest ox to use it. They row to a point …