Viking Raven Arm Ring Smooth Coil Torc
Viking Raven Arm Ring Smooth Coil Torc Bracelet. This Premium Bracelet is from our Handcrafted Viking Forge Line.
Odin, the Norse God who sacrificed an eye for wisdom relied upon two ravens; Huginn and Muninn. Their names mean ‘thought’ and ‘memory’ (or mind). Through his raven messengers, Odin was kept informed of all that happened in the entire world, known as Miðgarð.
Let this raven torc remind you to be wise, as well as strong!
Never lose your way with this vegvisir viking compass ring with Odin’s ravens. This Premium Ring is from our Handcrafted Viking Forge Line.
The Vegvisir, also known as the runic compass or the Viking compass/Nordic compass made of eight Viking rune staves, is a symbol of protection and guidance believed to be used as a compass by Vikings. The word vegvisir means ‘wayfinder’ and ‘sign post’ in Icelandic language.
Vegvisir, the Viking Compass, is first recorded in the Huld Manuscript, compiled by Geir Vigfusson in the 19th century. It depicts the Vegvisir symbol, which means “that which shows the way”, combining “vegur” which means way, with “visir”, which means pointer.
The raven motif further signifies information, knowledge, and wisdom: Odin’s twin ravens Huginn and Muninn are said to travel the earth daily, returning to Odin to report what they’ve seen.
- Metal Stamp: 316L (stainless steel)
- Gender: Unisex
- Line: Viking Forge
Carry the power of Thor with Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, on a stainless steel chain with raven’s head clasps! Mjolnir (also Mjöllnir) was both thunder-god Thor’s preferred weapon and the means by which he granted blessings. As a symbol, it was widely in use during the viking era, and versions of it were often worn or carried as talismans by the vikings, who certainly would have wanted to call upon Thor’s strength, protection, and skill in battle.
This bright steel Hammer of Thor Raven King’s Chain features a knotwork mjolnir pendant which recalls Allfather Odin and Geri and Freki. This is a high quality and modernized reconstruction of chain and mjolnir of the findings from Ödeshög, Östergötland, Sweden.