The symbol on this pendant of three interlocking triangles is one of the most common and recognizable from across the Viking world (it even forms part of the VKNG logo).
It is called the Valknut, which means "knot of slain warriors" and was probably a reference to Valhalla, the hall of Odin where warriors who died bravely in battle were taken to live until they were called on again to fight in the final battle of Ragnarok.
As such, the Valknut represents courage, bravery, and facing your enemies without fear in the knowledge that the purity of your spirit alone is enough to gain reward.
This finely crafted pendant places the Valknut with a circle of distinctive Norse-Celtic patterns. It is perfect for anyone who aspires to the courage of the Viking warrior and calls on the favor of Odin.