About the Viking Rings

It is in this collection that you will find all our Viking rings. We have the best collection of Norse rings in the world. All are handmade out of the finest materials including gold, sterling silver, bronze, and stainless steel.

Many of the pieces in this collection are inspired by genuine pieces surviving from the Viking age. We know that the Vikings wore finger rings, probably as status symbols. Signet rings were common, and the symbol on the ring probably represented something meaningful to the wearer. This could be a divine patron, heroic ancestor, or one of his own deeds (what would Ragnarok “hairy pants” Lothbrok have worn?).

Here you will find rings perfect to be your signet, a Viking fashion piece, or a gift for someone special.

Symbols on our Viking Rings

Below is a selection of some of the symbols that appear on our Viking rings and their meanings.

Viking rings with Mjolnir – Thor’s hammer was worn as a symbol of protection in the Viking age. In the Christian period, it became a symbol of continued allegiance to the old gods. The hammer is also aspirational, since Thor is the ideal Viking warrior. Wearing these Viking rings offer the protection of Thor.

Viking rings with Ravens – Ravens are among the familiars of Odin and represent the complexity of the deity as the god of war, wisdom, and wanderers among other things. He had two ravens, Huginn (thought) and Muninn (memory), that flew out into the world each day and told Odin everything they saw and heard. When Odin decided to disguise himself to wander the world, he was accompanied by ravens. It was good to see ravens circling the battlefield, as it meant that Odin was present to oversee the battle, and choose the bravest fallen warriors for Valhalla. wearing these Viking rings represents the connection with Odin.

Viking rings with Valknut – The Valknut is the symbol of Valhalla, the great hall of Odin where he takes the bravest fallen warriors. There they feast until they are called on to fight again alongside the gods at Ragnarok. Wearing these Viking rings represents the hall, and the daily courage required of Viking warriors to earn a place there.

Viking rings with Vegvisir – The Norse Compass is one of the magical runic staves found in the 18th-century Icelandic grimoires. Use the symbol by wearing the viking rings, and you will never lose your way, even if you don’t know where you are going. While it was probably a symbol for Viking navigators who would take to the high seas to discover new lands, in modern Asatru, it has become a symbol of spiritual guidance.

Viking rings with Aegishjalmur – The Helm of Awe is a magical symbol that was used to grant great strength and ensure success in battle. It is mentioned in the Viking age sagas, and a version of the symbol appears in the Icelandic grimoires. Wearing these Viking rings to grant strenght.

Viking rings with Jormungandr – One of the children of Loki, the gods so feared the potential power of Jormungandr that they threw him in the waters surrounding Midgard where they thought he could do no harm. There he grew to an enormous size and encircles the world, earning him the name Midgard Serpent. Wearing these Viking rings represents the circle of life. He will emerge from the waters at Ragnarok to seek his revenge, and he and Thor will kill one another before the world plunges back into nothingness.

Viking rings with Wolf – Wolves represented powerful and volatile forces in the Viking world. The great wolf Fenrir is destined to kill Odin himself at Ragnarok. Odin is also always accompanied by two wolves, Geri (greedy) and Freki (ravenous). Wearing these Viking rings represents challenging aspects of the god that he must control every day, but they are also sources of great strength for Odin.

Viking rings with Yggdrasil – The World Tree that sits at the center of the Norse Cosmos. Wearing these Viking rings represents the interconnectedness of all things and the importance of nature in Viking life and philosophy.

Viking rings with Triquetra – Symbol of natural magic and Seidr magic, wearing these Viking rings represents the links with Odin and Freyja.

Viking rings with Horned Triskelion – Symbol of the Mead of Poetry, which gives mastery of the spoken word. A symbol for poets and wordsmiths.

Viking rings with Viking Ship – The Vikings were not just great warriors, but also explorers. They discovered Iceland and Greenland and sailed to the new world a good 500 years before their European neighbors. The superior technology of their ships also gave them a fighting edge over their neighbors for centuries. The long ship represents the Viking as both a warrior and a thinker.