This twisted Viking Armring features two dragon heads on the endings designed in the style of Jelling Viking art. In Norse Mythology, there are several references to dragons (in Old Norse "Dreki" means "dragon")including the well known Nidhogg, the serpent dragon who gnaws the roots of Yggdrasil (Tree of Life) and chews the corpses of murderers and oath-breaking dwellers of Nastrond.
- Design & Type: Dreki, Dragon Head, Viking Arm Ring
- High detailed design - Comfortable to wear
- Material: Pewter
- Finish: Silver Plated
- Gender: Can be worn by Men & Women
- Use: Adjustable to most arms - Bending
- Available in two sizes based in wrist circumference
High detailed design - Can be worn tight or loose by adjusting the tension
Vikings often 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.