A handmade twisted Viking Torc in brass featuring Jormungandr Sea Dragon heads. Beautifully made by the best craftsmanship in Europe and inspired by archeological finds unearthed in localities: Uppsala, Valsgärde, Sutton Hoo, Sweden.
Torques were worn by the Vikings, Romans and Celts and it was their way of showing their social status and importance. These types of neck rings were worn also by Gods and Goddesses, heroes and famous warriors as symbols of protection, power and worship.
- Design and Type: Jormungandr Torc, Neck Ring with Sea Serpent Heads
- Gender: Can be worn by both Men and Women
- Material: Brass
- Weight: Vary depending on the neck circumference
Jormungandr or the Midgard Serpent is a sea serpent, the middle child of Angrboda and Loki. Odin tossed Jormungandr into the great ocean that encircles Midgard. The serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. Jormungandr's depiction of grasping his own tail is strongly connected and influenced by the Ouroboros symbol which is an Ancient Greek depiction of a serpent or dragon eating its own tail.