A twisted Serpent Head Viking armring made of pewter. According to Norse Mythology, Jörmungandr, known as "The World Serpent" is a gigantic serpent who lives in the deep sea after being cast by God Odin.. Jörmungandr is the son of Loki and the giantess Angrboda. It is said that the World serpent was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail.
- Design & Type: Serpent Head Viking Armring
- Comfortable to wear with a high detailed design
- Material: Pewter
- Gender: Can be worn by Men & Women
- Available in two sizes based on your wrist circumference
- Use: Adjust the size only once, holding the bracelet below the terminal heads, avoid bending the bracelet repeatedly.
Exceptionally high detailed design
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.