Wolves were one of the most important symbols in Norse mythology and culture.
They represented powerful natural forces that exist both within the world and within each individual. These forces are dangerous and should be respected, but are also a source of strength when harnessed.
The most famous Norse wolf is Fenrir, the wolf that is destined to devour Odin himself at the prophesied Ragnarok apocalypse.
But Odin himself was also accompanied by two wolves, Geri (greed) and Freki (ravenous). These were challenging traits that the god had to master, but also sources of strength.
Remind yourself of your own wold companions with this stunning bronze wolf's head pendant.