💎Authentic symbol used throughout the Viking world
💎Pays homage to Odin, the god of war, wisdom, and witchcraft
💎Inspired by genuine Viking artistic styles
💎Made by expert craftsmen from high-quality sterling silver
What does this jewelry represent ?
One of the reasons that Viking warriors were so terrifying and successful on the battlefield was that they did not fear death.
For a Viking, there was no greater honor than to die bravely in battle.
In fact, this was the only way to get to Valhalla, the hall of the god of war Odin.
There, warriors would live in a Viking paradise before they were called on to fight again alongside the gods in the final battle of Ragnarok.
The Valknut, which means knot of dead warriors, was the symbol of Valhalla.
It is found throughout the Viking world, always in association with the deceased or Odin.
It may have been used to indicate that this particular dead person was in Valhalla.
It may also have been used to call the Valkyries to take their spirit there.
This distinctive silver ring combines the Valknut, a reference to the Valhalla of Odin, with the runes.
The runes were also sacred to Odin. It was he who discovered them and shared them with mankind.
Finally, it is embellished with striking geometric patterns formed by knotted lines, a popular theme in Viking art.
This ring is the perfect way to honor Odin while marking your Viking courage.
Color : Silver Weight : 8,0 g Size : Frontal Width approx. 5/8" (17mm)
: Sterling Silver 925