Historical Viking ring with serrated motifs based on a real artifact found in Rone, Gotland. The serrated pattern is really well-known due to the discovery of jewelry in many areas of Russia, Gotland, Finland and Baltic seas. This magnificent Viking ring is designed in open style as it was often used in the Viking Age and can be adjusted to a diameter of 1,7 cm to 2,1 cm.
- Design & Type: Viking Ring From Rone
- Replica of a real artifact
- Material: Silvered Bronze
- Gender: Can be worn by men & women
- Widest measure: 1,8 cm
- Adjustable open ring
- Sizes: Available in 3 sizes ( S - M - L)
- Covers all the US sizes between US 6.5 to US 12.5
Open style ring based on a historical model found in Rone, Gotland, Sweden
Jewelry crafting of the Viking age was an important part of the Scandinavian heritage. Vikings were skillful artisans of jewelry, although to them, jewelry had a deeper meaning. They would wear pieces to pledge their loyalty, to showcase their status among the community and to honor their gods. Historical reproductions of jewelry is one of the ways we have nowadays to build a connection between the ancient and the modern world.