Viking ring with dragon heads made out of bronze. Our Viking dragon ring is inspired and designed by the Jelling Viking art. In Norse Mythology, there are several references to dragons (in Old Norse "Dreki" means "dragon") with the most known of, Nidhogg, the serpent dragon who gnaws the roots of Yggdrasil and chews the corpses of murderers and oath-breaking dwellers of Nastrond.
- Design & Type: Viking Dragon Ring, Jelling style
- Gender: Can be worn by Men and Women
- Material: Sterling Silver
- Use: Slightly Adjustable
- Size: Two sizes available based on ring diameter
Dragon depictions were often used by the Vikings to decorate their jewelry, ships and most parts of their armor. The most important and known dragons in Norse Mythology are Nidhogg, Jormungandr, and Fafnir. When it comes to Celtic Mythology, dragons have a lot of meanings and symbolisms. Celtic dragons are symbols of power, wisdom, strength and hidden knowledge as well as they are the guardians of treasures and the protectors of the gates to other worlds. In other traditions they are strongly connected with the Evil, Supernatural and Chaos.