What does this jewelry represent?
The Vikings often wore arm rings that represented oaths that they had sworn to their king or their gods. This arm ring featuring two raven heads is perfect for anyone sworn to Odin.
Ravens were sacred to Odin the All-Father, the creator deity and the god of war, wisdom, writing, wanderers, witchcraft, and Valhalla. He has two particular ravens, Huginn (thought) and Muninn (memory) that act as his eyes and ears in the world.
It is a good omen to see ravens circling the battlefield because it means that Odin is present to choose the bravest of the fallen dead to live with him in Valhalla.
The two ravens on this arm ring are symbols of Odin, and the ring itself is decorated with classic Viking design patterns.
Color : Bronze or Silver Closure : Open Weight : 53g
Size : The size is 19 cm and can be adjusted from 17 to 23.
Materials : Silver Sterling 925 or Bronze
Made In Ukraine