A twisted Viking bracelet with Dragon heads A unique piece of jewelry inspired by the Jellinge art style. Jellinge art has its roots around AD 800-1000 and uses the S-shaped animals and beasts like the dragon heads of the bracelet. Similar dragon depictions can be found on Viking brooches, wooden crafts, and runestones.
- Design & Type: Dreki Dragon Bracelet, Jellinge Art
- Material: 925 Sterling Silver
- Gender: Can be worn by Men & Women
- Weight: Approximately 50gr
Vikings used their bracelets and jewelry for various purposes. The so-called "oath rings" were decorative armrings having their roots at the Bronze Age. Their practice was to empower rituals as sacrificial deposits. However, in the Viking Age, Vikings would use the "oath rings" as an exchange of goods and services but also as a proof of their loyalty to their Headmen.