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The Warrior Lodge offers the finest jewelry in all of Midgard. Our craftsmen heed to the values of the warriors of old, providing good craftsmanship and items of authentic inspiration for the modern-day warrior. Rings, Arm rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Wedding bands and Earrings for the Mighty Viking!

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Viking Wedding Bands

Frigg is the queen of Asgard and wife of Odin the All-Father. She is the goddess of the sky, fertility, household, motherhood, love, domestic arts and, specially, marriage. For Vikings, marriage wasn’t just a union of the couple, but of families. Marriage was the center of the family in Viking culture, which in turn created intricate and complex traditions, all of them necessary to earn the blessings of the gods.

Frigg's Vows Titanium Ring

Frigg is the queen of Asgard and wife of Odin the All-Father. She is the goddess of the sky, fertility, household, motherhood, love, domestic arts and, specially, marriage. For Vikings, marriage wasn’t just a union of the couple, but of families. Marriage was the center of the family in Viking culture, which in turn created intricate and complex traditions, all of them necessary to earn the blessings of the gods.

Frigg is the queen of Asgard and wife of Odin the All-Father. She is the goddess of the sky, fertility, household, motherhood, love, domestic arts and, specially, marriage. For Vikings, marriage were held on Friday, the scared day for Frigg, the goddess of marriage, with the celebrations lasting for a full week. 
 During the wedding ceremony, swords are exchanged with wedding rings on their pommels, further consecrating the wedding vows before the gods. Available in sizes 3 to 15.

Frigg's Vows Black Titanium Ring

Frigg is the queen of Asgard and wife of Odin the All-Father. She is the goddess of the sky, fertility, household, motherhood, love, domestic arts and, specially, marriage. For Vikings, marriage were held on Friday, the scared day for Frigg, the goddess of marriage, with the celebrations lasting for a full week. During the wedding ceremony, swords are exchanged with wedding rings on their pommels, further consecrating the wedding vows before the gods. Available in sizes 3 to 15.

Ullr is the God of the hunt and the Keeper of Oaths. The Old Norse poem Atlakviða show us how the most solemn oaths are sworn on the Ring of Ullr. This was a common practice, archeologically proved in the only shrine to Ullr ever unearthed, in the city of Lilla Ullevi, Sweden. Excavations on the site found 65 Oath Rings dedicated to Ullr. The rings were apparently used for swearing oaths and then buried at his shrine.
 This ring is made of jewelry grade ceramics,  also known as titanium…

Ullr Oath Ring Smooth White Ceramic Wedding Band

Ullr is the God of the hunt and the Keeper of Oaths. The Old Norse poem Atlakviða show us how the most solemn oaths are sworn on the Ring of Ullr. This was a common practice, archeologically proved in the only shrine to Ullr ever unearthed, in the city of Lilla Ullevi, Sweden. Excavations on the site found 65 Oath Rings dedicated to Ullr. The rings were apparently used for swearing oaths and then buried at his shrine. This ring is made of jewelry grade ceramics, also known as titanium…

Ullr is the God of the hunt and the Keeper of Oaths. The Old Norse poem Atlakviða show us how the most solemn oaths are sworn on the Ring of Ullr. This was a common practice, archeologically proved in the only shrine to Ullr ever unearthed, in the city of Lilla Ullevi, Sweden. Excavations on the site found 65 Oath Rings dedicated to Ullr. The rings were apparently used for swearing oaths and then buried at his shrine.
 This ring is made of jewelry grade ceramics,  also known as titanium…

Ullr Oath Ring Brushed Black Ceramic Wedding Band

Ullr is the God of the hunt and the Keeper of Oaths. The Old Norse poem Atlakviða show us how the most solemn oaths are sworn on the Ring of Ullr. This was a common practice, archeologically proved in the only shrine to Ullr ever unearthed, in the city of Lilla Ullevi, Sweden. Excavations on the site found 65 Oath Rings dedicated to Ullr. The rings were apparently used for swearing oaths and then buried at his shrine. This ring is made of jewelry grade ceramics, also known as titanium…

Traditionally, Viking weddings were held on Friday, the sacred day for Frigg, the goddess of marriage, with the celebrations lasting for a full week. During the wedding ceremony, the groom presents his ancestral sword to his bride, receiving from her a sword of her ancestors. In both sword hilts rested wedding rings, exchanged to further consecrate the vows before the gods.

Frigg's Knot - 925 Silver Ring and Wedding band

Traditionally, Viking weddings were held on Friday, the sacred day for Frigg, the goddess of marriage, with the celebrations lasting for a full week. During the wedding ceremony, the groom presents his ancestral sword to his bride, receiving from her a sword of her ancestors. In both sword hilts rested wedding rings, exchanged to further consecrate the vows before the gods.

Traditional Norse Open Ring in 925 Sterling Silver Inlaid with Garnet Stones - Adjustable Ring

Traditional Norse Open Ring in 925 Sterling Silver Inlaid with Garnet Stones - Adjustable Ring

Traditional Norse Open Ring in 925 Sterling Silver Inlaid with Garnet Stones - Adjustable Ring

Ullr is the God of the hunt and the Keeper of Oaths. The Old Norse poem Atlakviða show us how the most solemn oaths are sworn on the Ring of Ullr. This was a common practice, archeologically proved in the only shrine to Ullr ever unearthed, in the city of Lilla Ullevi, Sweden. Excavations on the site found 65 Oath Rings dedicated to Ullr. The rings were apparently used for swearing oaths and then buried at his shrine.
  This ring is made of jewelry grade ceramics,  also known as titanium…

Ullr Oath Ring Brushed Black Ceramic Wedding Band

Ullr is the God of the hunt and the Keeper of Oaths. The Old Norse poem Atlakviða show us how the most solemn oaths are sworn on the Ring of Ullr. This was a common practice, archeologically proved in the only shrine to Ullr ever unearthed, in the city of Lilla Ullevi, Sweden. Excavations on the site found 65 Oath Rings dedicated to Ullr. The rings were apparently used for swearing oaths and then buried at his shrine. This ring is made of jewelry grade ceramics, also known as titanium…

Viking T-shirts

Hugin and Munin with Valknut 3D Printed Unisex Tank Top

You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! 100% Polyester For size, please use the table below as it may change from model to mod

Hugin and Munin with Mjolnir 3D Printed Unisex Tank Top

You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! 100% Polyester For size, please use the table below as it may change from model to mode

Embroidered Mjolnir Cuffed Beanie

A snug, form-fitting beanie. It's not only a great head-warming piece but a staple accessory in anyone's wardrobe. 100% Turbo Acrylic 12" in length Hypoallergenic Unisex style Check our shipping policy here.

Victory or Valhalla Valknut Women’s Slim Fit T-Shirt

A t-shirt worthy of becoming a wardrobe essential: comfortable, form-fitting, and a stylish base for any outfit. • 100% combed ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester) • Pre-shrunk fabric • Side seams for a slim fit • Longer body length • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping Size guide S M L XL Body length (inches)

Victory or Valhalla Valknut Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt

You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! • 100% ring-spun cotton • Sport Grey is 90% ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester • Dark Heath

Valkyrie Women’s Slim Fit T-Shirt

A t-shirt worthy of becoming a wardrobe essential: comfortable, form-fitting, and a stylish base for any outfit. • 100% combed ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester) • Pre-shrunk fabric • Side seams for a slim fit • Longer body length • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping Size guide S M L XL Body length (inches)

Floki's Fleet Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt

You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! • 100% ring-spun cotton • Sport Grey is 90% ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester • Dark Heath

Fenrir Howls Women’s Slim Fit T-Shirt

A t-shirt worthy of becoming a wardrobe essential: comfortable, form-fitting, and a stylish base for any outfit. • 100% combed ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester) • Pre-shrunk fabric • Side seams for a slim fit • Longer body length • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping Size guide S M L XL 2XL Body length (inc

Fenrir Howls Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt

You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! • 100% ring-spun cotton • Sport Grey is 90% ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester • Dark Heath

Stainless Steel Rings

Bifrost (Bifröst) is the rainbow bridge that connects Asgard, the realm of the Gods; with Midgard, the world of humanity. Bifrost is guarded by the ever-vigilant god Heimdall. This ring is made of Tungsten Carbide, a highly resistant alloy made of equal parts of Tungsten and Carbon. The inlay is made with genuine Blue Opal stone, bringing the bright iridescence of Bifröst to the ring. The exterior of the ring is coated in resin to protect the stone and wood inlays.

Bifrost, the Rainbow Bridge to Valhalla Tungsten Carbide Ring with Blue Opal Inlay

Bifrost (Bifröst) is the rainbow bridge that connects Asgard, the realm of the Gods; with Midgard, the world of humanity. Bifrost is guarded by the ever-vigilant god Heimdall. This ring is made of Tungsten Carbide, a highly resistant alloy made of equal parts of Tungsten and Carbon. The inlay is made with genuine Blue Opal stone, bringing the bright iridescence of Bifröst to the ring. The exterior of the ring is coated in resin to protect the stone and wood inlays.

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind.   He was bound by the gods to allow for civilization to rise. Even knowing that one day Fenrir would be free and in that day he would slay Odin, the gods recognized that the cosmos would be a lesser place without the wild nature of the human soul and refused to strike him down, unwilling to destroy the wild part in all of us.

Fenrir Stainless Steel Ring

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind. He was bound by the gods to allow for civilization to rise. Even knowing that one day Fenrir would be free and in that day he would slay Odin, the gods recognized that the cosmos would be a lesser place without the wild nature of the human soul and refused to strike him down, unwilling to destroy the wild part in all of us.

Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather.  
After the ravens, the wolves were the second animal created by the Allfather: according to the sagas, at the beginning of time Odin roamed the nine realms alone, as one day he felt lonely. That is when he created the first wolves: Geri and Freki. Odin and his loyal wolves quickly became inseparable as they traveled the world together.

Odin with his Ravens Hugin and Munin and his Wolves Geri and Freki Stainless Steel Ring

Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. After the ravens, the wolves were the second animal created by the Allfather: according to the sagas, at the beginning of time Odin roamed the nine realms alone, as one day he felt lonely. That is when he created the first wolves: Geri and Freki. Odin and his loyal wolves quickly became inseparable as they traveled the world together.

The ring Draupnir was forged by the dwarf Sindri in the realm of Niðavellir.  According to the legend, every ninth night, eight new golden rings of equal weight would emerge from the magic ring Draupnir, ensuring wealth and prosperity for its owner. 
May you always prosper!

Draupnir Stainless Steel Brushed Black Ring with Two Gold plated Bands

The ring Draupnir was forged by the dwarf Sindri in the realm of Niðavellir. According to the legend, every ninth night, eight new golden rings of equal weight would emerge from the magic ring Draupnir, ensuring wealth and prosperity for its owner. May you always prosper!

Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather.  The ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies.

Hugin and Munin Ring

Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies.

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, unbinding his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle.

 It is also considered to be one of the main symbols of the Allfather Odin.

Ancient Valknut Stainless Steel Ring

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, unbinding his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle. It is also considered to be one of the main symbols of the Allfather Odin.

The fabled berserker is a mighty warrior capable of entering such a furious furious state of mind that it became its own word: Berserkergang. During their fury they howled like wild beasts, and gnawed the iron rim of their shields. According to belief, during these rages they were immune to steel and fire, making great havoc in the ranks of the enemy. In battle, berserkers dispensed with shields and armor, covering their bodies with bear pelts, instilling fear in the hearts of their enemies.

Berserker Bear Claw Stainless Steel Ring

The fabled berserker is a mighty warrior capable of entering such a furious furious state of mind that it became its own word: Berserkergang. During their fury they howled like wild beasts, and gnawed the iron rim of their shields. According to belief, during these rages they were immune to steel and fire, making great havoc in the ranks of the enemy. In battle, berserkers dispensed with shields and armor, covering their bodies with bear pelts, instilling fear in the hearts of their enemies.

Stainless Steel Necklace/Torc

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals. The typical Norse Knot motif uses a woven line to depict stylized  powerful animals such as wolves, bears and dragons, symbolizing the connection between warrior and beast.

Mjolnir - Thor's hammer with Norse Knot and Dragon Chain Stainless Steel Necklace

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals. The typical Norse Knot motif uses a woven line to depict stylized powerful animals such as wolves, bears and dragons, symbolizing the connection between warrior and beast.

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals.

Solid Mjolnir with Norse Knot 316L Stainless Steel Necklace

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals.

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals.  Thor has two goats that pull his chariot, Tanngrisnir, "teeth-barer, snarler”  and Tanngnjóstr "teeth grinder” in old Norse,  always ready to take Thor on his journeys.

Mjolnir and Thor's Goats Stainless Steel Necklace

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals. Thor has two goats that pull his chariot, Tanngrisnir, "teeth-barer, snarler” and Tanngnjóstr "teeth grinder” in old Norse, always ready to take Thor on his journeys.

The weapon of choice of the viking warrior, the Axe in all its varieties was the workhorse of the Norse culture. Not only deadly in combat, the axe also doubled as a multipurpose tool: from chopping wood, to building boats and houses, to beheading enemies. Today, it is almost impossible to imagine a Viking without his trusted Axe.

Viking Axe Head Stainless Steel Necklace

The weapon of choice of the viking warrior, the Axe in all its varieties was the workhorse of the Norse culture. Not only deadly in combat, the axe also doubled as a multipurpose tool: from chopping wood, to building boats and houses, to beheading enemies. Today, it is almost impossible to imagine a Viking without his trusted Axe.

The Aegishjalmur rune, also known as the Helm of Awe is made of eight spiked tridents that are defending the central point from the hostile forces surrounding it, which symbolizes protection and prevailing over enemies. This symbol was also associated with the power of serpents who paralyze their prey before striking. The pendant is made of solid Zinc Alloy, its size is 32*38*4mm. The cord is made of 100% cotton, with an adjustable length of 40 to 70 cm.

Aegishjalmur, the Helm of Awe Protection Rune Pendant

The Aegishjalmur rune, also known as the Helm of Awe is made of eight spiked tridents that are defending the central point from the hostile forces surrounding it, which symbolizes protection and prevailing over enemies. This symbol was also associated with the power of serpents who paralyze their prey before striking. The pendant is made of solid Zinc Alloy, its size is 32*38*4mm. The cord is made of 100% cotton, with an adjustable length of 40 to 70 cm.

Jörmungandr, the Midgard Serpent (Miðgarðsormr), is the middle child of the giantess Angrboða and Loki. 
Tossed into the great ocean that encircles Midgard by Odin, the serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. According to the eddas, when Jörmungandr releases her tail the end days of Ragnarök will begin.

Jörmungandr's Fang Stainless Steel Necklace

Jörmungandr, the Midgard Serpent (Miðgarðsormr), is the middle child of the giantess Angrboða and Loki. Tossed into the great ocean that encircles Midgard by Odin, the serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. According to the eddas, when Jörmungandr releases her tail the end days of Ragnarök will begin.

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals.

Brass Mjölnir Necklace Thor's Hammer with Norse Knot Motif

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals.

Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The necklace evokes the blessings of Odin to the most potent weapon in the warrior’s arsenal: its mind.

Hugin and Munin Stainless Steel Necklace

Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The necklace evokes the blessings of Odin to the most potent weapon in the warrior’s arsenal: its mind.

The partnership between wolves and ravens was extremely successful and highly praised by the Allfather: The ravens scouted ahead, leading their prey to ambushes sprang by the wolves, who brought down the hunt, allowing for all the four companions to eat their fill. When Odin created the first humans, he told them to learn from the partnership between his ravens and wolves how to cooperate, hunt, provide and defend themselves, and thus they became teachers and protectors of mankind.

Odin with his Ravens Hugin and Munin and his Wolves Geri and Freki Stainless Steel Pendant

The partnership between wolves and ravens was extremely successful and highly praised by the Allfather: The ravens scouted ahead, leading their prey to ambushes sprang by the wolves, who brought down the hunt, allowing for all the four companions to eat their fill. When Odin created the first humans, he told them to learn from the partnership between his ravens and wolves how to cooperate, hunt, provide and defend themselves, and thus they became teachers and protectors of mankind.

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike.  Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) symbolize the Allfather’s protection of the wearer’s mind from ill influences.
 The Raven and the Mjolnir are actually two pendants, connected with a magnet, and can be used together or separately.

Thor's Hammer Mjolnir with Odin Raven Stainless Steel Necklace

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) symbolize the Allfather’s protection of the wearer’s mind from ill influences. The Raven and the Mjolnir are actually two pendants, connected with a magnet, and can be used together or separately.

It was a tradition in the Viking culture to give a kitten (or more) to the newly wed, symbolizing the blessings of Freya, the Vanir Goddess of sorcery, magic, fertility and wealth for the couple. The Triskele symbolizes Odin’s gift of knowledge to mankind. Both Freya and Odin are Gods of Magic and, in many instances,  Odin sought Freya’s counsel on matters arcane and mundane alike. The necklace commemorates the friendship and alliance between these powerful Gods, uniting Aesir and Vanir.

Freya's Cat on Triskele

It was a tradition in the Viking culture to give a kitten (or more) to the newly wed, symbolizing the blessings of Freya, the Vanir Goddess of sorcery, magic, fertility and wealth for the couple. The Triskele symbolizes Odin’s gift of knowledge to mankind. Both Freya and Odin are Gods of Magic and, in many instances, Odin sought Freya’s counsel on matters arcane and mundane alike. The necklace commemorates the friendship and alliance between these powerful Gods, uniting Aesir and Vanir.

Torc of Geri and Freki - Odin's Wolves Torc Necklace and Arm ring

Torc of Geri and Freki - Odin's Wolves Torc Necklace and Arm ring

Torc of Geri and Freki - Odin's Wolves Torc Necklace and Arm ring

Silver Necklaces

Níðhöggr (Malice Striker), the mighty dragon that lives in the roots of Yggdrasil in Hel, chewing on the roots of the tree for all eternity with hopes to damage and topple it. The realm of Hel or Helheim, Old Norse for “Hidden,” is not a place of punishment in the Norse Religion, but simply a continuation of life somewhere else.

Nidhogg the Viking Dragon from Hel 925 Sterling Silver Necklace

Níðhöggr (Malice Striker), the mighty dragon that lives in the roots of Yggdrasil in Hel, chewing on the roots of the tree for all eternity with hopes to damage and topple it. The realm of Hel or Helheim, Old Norse for “Hidden,” is not a place of punishment in the Norse Religion, but simply a continuation of life somewhere else.

The weapon of choice of the viking warrior, the Axe in all its varieties was the workhorse of the Norse culture. Not only deadly in combat, the axe also doubled as a multipurpose tool: from chopping wood, to building boats and houses, to beheading enemies. Today, it is almost impossible to imagine a Viking without his trusted Axe. 
This pendant is crafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver and  weights14.63g, measuring 28*40mm.

Dragon Axe 925 Sterling Silver Pendant

The weapon of choice of the viking warrior, the Axe in all its varieties was the workhorse of the Norse culture. Not only deadly in combat, the axe also doubled as a multipurpose tool: from chopping wood, to building boats and houses, to beheading enemies. Today, it is almost impossible to imagine a Viking without his trusted Axe. This pendant is crafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver and weights14.63g, measuring 28*40mm.

Yggdrasil is a massive tree that holds together the nine realms of existence with its branches and roots. It reaches into the clouds and down into the underworld. Snakes gnaw at the roots, squirrels scurry up the trunk, and an eagle perches in its branches, but it is still where the gods hold their daily council. It represents life, growth, and connection between all living things.

Yggdrasil with Norse Knot Pendant in 925 Sliver

Yggdrasil is a massive tree that holds together the nine realms of existence with its branches and roots. It reaches into the clouds and down into the underworld. Snakes gnaw at the roots, squirrels scurry up the trunk, and an eagle perches in its branches, but it is still where the gods hold their daily council. It represents life, growth, and connection between all living things.

Mjolnir is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains. The wolf is one of Odin’s wolves, Geri and Freki, who taught mankind how to cooperate, hunt, care for their families and defend themselves, and thus they became teachers and later protectors of the humanity. The raven symbolizes one of Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory). The necklace is the combination the Allfather’s wisdom with the strength of arms to protect those we love.

Wolf and Raven on Mjölnir 925 Sterling Silver Pendant

Mjolnir is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains. The wolf is one of Odin’s wolves, Geri and Freki, who taught mankind how to cooperate, hunt, care for their families and defend themselves, and thus they became teachers and later protectors of the humanity. The raven symbolizes one of Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory). The necklace is the combination the Allfather’s wisdom with the strength of arms to protect those we love.

Gleipnir is the binding that holds the mighty wolf Fenrir at bay, preventing him to unleash the Ragnarök upon the cosmos.  The Gods had attempted to bind Fenrir twice before with huge chains of metal, but Fenrir was able to break free both times. For the third attempt, they commissioned the dwarves a chain that was impossible to break. Handmade by master artisans, the Fenrir's Binding Gleipnir represents the unbreakable bond of honor of a true warrior: lighter than silk, stronger than steel.

Fenrir's Binding Gleipnir 925 Sterling Silver Necklace

Gleipnir is the binding that holds the mighty wolf Fenrir at bay, preventing him to unleash the Ragnarök upon the cosmos. The Gods had attempted to bind Fenrir twice before with huge chains of metal, but Fenrir was able to break free both times. For the third attempt, they commissioned the dwarves a chain that was impossible to break. Handmade by master artisans, the Fenrir's Binding Gleipnir represents the unbreakable bond of honor of a true warrior: lighter than silk, stronger than steel.

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind.     Show the world your indomitable spirit!  This pendant is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. The large pendant weights around 21g, and the small one around 12g. The product is pendant only, chain sold separately.

Fang of Fenrir Sterling Silver Pendant

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind. Show the world your indomitable spirit! This pendant is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. The large pendant weights around 21g, and the small one around 12g. The product is pendant only, chain sold separately.

Silver Bracelets

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. 
The arm ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. 
The Odin’s Ravens 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring Bracelet is handmade of pure 925 Sterling Silver, weighting about 60.42g. Its total length is 18cm fitting wrists from 17cm 23cm of circumference

Odin's Ravens 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring Bracelet

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The arm ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. The Odin’s Ravens 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring Bracelet is handmade of pure 925 Sterling Silver, weighting about 60.42g. Its total length is 18cm fitting wrists from 17cm 23cm of circumference

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. 
The bracelet represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. 
This bracelet is made of 925 Sterling Silver and 100% natural Cow leather. The Raven skull size is 4*1.9cm, the skull is 1*0.7cm 2*1.3cm. The Bracelet full length is adjustable from 18 to 29cm and weighs around 10.2g.

Odin Raven's Skull Silver and Leather Bracelet

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The bracelet represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. This bracelet is made of 925 Sterling Silver and 100% natural Cow leather. The Raven skull size is 4*1.9cm, the skull is 1*0.7cm 2*1.3cm. The Bracelet full length is adjustable from 18 to 29cm and weighs around 10.2g.

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops. Wolves play a major role in Norse religion, being symbols of strength and community in Nordic culture, often depicted in religious drawings or carved on everyday items and charms.

Sons of Fenrir 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops. Wolves play a major role in Norse religion, being symbols of strength and community in Nordic culture, often depicted in religious drawings or carved on everyday items and charms.

Tossed into the great ocean that encircles Midgard by Odin, the serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. Just like the myth of Ouroboros, it symbolizes that every ending is also a new beginning for those brave enough to carry on...  Wrap yourself in the scales of the Great Serpent Jörmungandr!

Jörmungandr Scales Silver Bracelet

Tossed into the great ocean that encircles Midgard by Odin, the serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. Just like the myth of Ouroboros, it symbolizes that every ending is also a new beginning for those brave enough to carry on... Wrap yourself in the scales of the Great Serpent Jörmungandr!

Freya is the most prominent of the Vanir Gods, a goddess associated with domesticity, womanhood, sorcery, magic, and female sexuality as well with war and death. Freya rides her flying chariot, pulled by two large gray cats named Bygul and Trjegul. It was a tradition in the Viking culture to give kittens  to the newly wed, symbolizing the blessings of Freya. In Norse art or jewelry, the cat is meant to denote the blessing of Freya: love and desire, abundance and beauty.

Freya's Cat Bracelet in 990 Silver

Freya is the most prominent of the Vanir Gods, a goddess associated with domesticity, womanhood, sorcery, magic, and female sexuality as well with war and death. Freya rides her flying chariot, pulled by two large gray cats named Bygul and Trjegul. It was a tradition in the Viking culture to give kittens to the newly wed, symbolizing the blessings of Freya. In Norse art or jewelry, the cat is meant to denote the blessing of Freya: love and desire, abundance and beauty.

The word Wyrd means fate in old norse. Its weaving  is made by the Norns, a trio of wise women who live on the base of Yggdrasil. They shape the fate  by weaving their destinies into threads, which they cut at the end of the life.   The belief in Wyrd, is the source of the terrifying bravery of the viking warrior. Since it is impossible to escape fate, true valor rests on meeting it head on, with courage and honor. It is not how long or short is the time given to us, but how we use it.

The Thread of Wyrd 925 Sterling Silver Bracelet

The word Wyrd means fate in old norse. Its weaving is made by the Norns, a trio of wise women who live on the base of Yggdrasil. They shape the fate by weaving their destinies into threads, which they cut at the end of the life. The belief in Wyrd, is the source of the terrifying bravery of the viking warrior. Since it is impossible to escape fate, true valor rests on meeting it head on, with courage and honor. It is not how long or short is the time given to us, but how we use it.

Wyrd (fate in old norse), a concept as old as humanity itself. 
The weaving of the Wyrd is made by the Norns, a trio of wise women who lived on the base of Yggdrasil. They shaped fate of all Vikings by weaving their destinies into threads, which they cut at the end of the being’s life. 
 The Knots of Wyrd Silver Bracelet is a constant reminder to face the world with courage and honor, regardless of the circumstances and that intertwined fates can sometimes be bigger than the sum of its…

Knots of Wyrd 925 Silver Bracelet

Wyrd (fate in old norse), a concept as old as humanity itself. The weaving of the Wyrd is made by the Norns, a trio of wise women who lived on the base of Yggdrasil. They shaped fate of all Vikings by weaving their destinies into threads, which they cut at the end of the being’s life. The Knots of Wyrd Silver Bracelet is a constant reminder to face the world with courage and honor, regardless of the circumstances and that intertwined fates can sometimes be bigger than the sum of its…

Gleipnir is the binding that holds the mighty wolf Fenrir at bay, preventing him to unleash the Ragnarök upon the cosmos.  Forged by dwarves out of six impossible things: The sound of a cat's footfall The beard of a woman The roots of a mountain The sinews of a bear The breath of a fish The spittle of a bird  The Gleipnir Arm Ring 925 Sterling Silver Bangle weights 29g. It represents the unbreakable bond of honor of a true warrior: lighter than silk, stronger than steel.

Weaved Gleipnir Arm Ring 925 Sterling Silver Bangle

Gleipnir is the binding that holds the mighty wolf Fenrir at bay, preventing him to unleash the Ragnarök upon the cosmos. Forged by dwarves out of six impossible things: The sound of a cat's footfall The beard of a woman The roots of a mountain The sinews of a bear The breath of a fish The spittle of a bird The Gleipnir Arm Ring 925 Sterling Silver Bangle weights 29g. It represents the unbreakable bond of honor of a true warrior: lighter than silk, stronger than steel.

Tossed into the great ocean that encircles Midgard by Odin, the serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. Just like the myth of Ouroboros, it symbolizes that every ending is also a new beginning for those brave enough to carry on...  It also symbolizes an end for those who give up for, when Jörmungandr releases her tail, Ragnarök will begin.  This Highly Polished Bracelet is handmade of solid sterling silver. Its inside diameter is 56mm, weighting…

Jörmungandr Grip - The Midgard Serpent Silver Arm Ring

Tossed into the great ocean that encircles Midgard by Odin, the serpent grew so large that it was able to surround the earth and grasp its own tail. Just like the myth of Ouroboros, it symbolizes that every ending is also a new beginning for those brave enough to carry on... It also symbolizes an end for those who give up for, when Jörmungandr releases her tail, Ragnarök will begin. This Highly Polished Bracelet is handmade of solid sterling silver. Its inside diameter is 56mm, weighting…

Bonds of Honor 925 Sterling Silver Bracelet

Bonds of Honor 925 Sterling Silver Bracelet

Bonds of Honor 925 Sterling Silver Bracelet

Gleipnir Arm Ring 925 Sterling Silver Bangle

Gleipnir Arm Ring 925 Sterling Silver Bangle

Gleipnir Arm Ring 925 Sterling Silver Bangle

Silver Rings

When the hero Sigurd (Sigurðr) slayed the dragon Fafnir, he took the Helm of Awe/Terror, Ægishjálmur, from the its hoard.  Sigurd’s helmet, (Tarnhelm in Wagner’s the Der Ring des Nibelungen) had many powers, such as making the wearer invisible and allowing to change shape at will. In the Völsunga saga the dragon Fafnir says:  The Helm of Awe I wore before the sons of men In defense of my treasure; Amongst all, I alone was strong, I thought to myself, For I found no power a match for my own

Sigurd's Helm, Ægishjálmur

When the hero Sigurd (Sigurðr) slayed the dragon Fafnir, he took the Helm of Awe/Terror, Ægishjálmur, from the its hoard. Sigurd’s helmet, (Tarnhelm in Wagner’s the Der Ring des Nibelungen) had many powers, such as making the wearer invisible and allowing to change shape at will. In the Völsunga saga the dragon Fafnir says: The Helm of Awe I wore before the sons of men In defense of my treasure; Amongst all, I alone was strong, I thought to myself, For I found no power a match for my own

The realm of Helheim is not a place of punishment in the Norse Religion, simply a continuation of life somewhere else. In some sagas, it’s even portrayed as a land of startlingly abundant life on the other side of death.  Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse.

Peaceful Hel's Visage 925 Sterling Silver Ring

The realm of Helheim is not a place of punishment in the Norse Religion, simply a continuation of life somewhere else. In some sagas, it’s even portrayed as a land of startlingly abundant life on the other side of death. Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse.

Freya is the most prominent of the Vanir Gods, a goddess associated with domesticity, womanhood, sorcery, magic, and female sexuality as well with war and death. It was said that after a battle, Freya would lead a band of Valkyries to gather one half of the worthy fallen warriors to her hall, Folkvang, while the other half went to Odin. Freya chooses her warriors while riding her flying chariot, which is pulled by two large gray cats named Bygul and Trjegul, who were given to her by Thor.

Freya's Cat Adjustable Ring in 999 Silver

Freya is the most prominent of the Vanir Gods, a goddess associated with domesticity, womanhood, sorcery, magic, and female sexuality as well with war and death. It was said that after a battle, Freya would lead a band of Valkyries to gather one half of the worthy fallen warriors to her hall, Folkvang, while the other half went to Odin. Freya chooses her warriors while riding her flying chariot, which is pulled by two large gray cats named Bygul and Trjegul, who were given to her by Thor.

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) are some of the most iconic symbols of the norse religion, evoking the blessings and the wisdom of the Allfather in our daily lives. The Ravens are so intrinsically connected to Odin that the Prose Edda even calls Odin the Raven-god. 
 The ring is made of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver, weighting 7.2g, with a Red or Black natural Garnet Stone. The ring is adjustable between sizes 7-11.5.

Hugin and Munin Silver Feathers 925 Sterling Silver Adjustable Ring with Natural Garnet Stone

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) are some of the most iconic symbols of the norse religion, evoking the blessings and the wisdom of the Allfather in our daily lives. The Ravens are so intrinsically connected to Odin that the Prose Edda even calls Odin the Raven-god. The ring is made of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver, weighting 7.2g, with a Red or Black natural Garnet Stone. The ring is adjustable between sizes 7-11.5.

Gleipnir is the binding that holds the mighty wolf Fenrir at bay, preventing him to unleash the Ragnarök upon the cosmos.  Handmade by master artisans, the Gleipnir 925 Sterling Silver Ring represents the unbreakable bond of honor of a true warrior: lighter than silk, stronger than steel. 
Size S: resizable to US size 6-9
Size L: resizable to US size 8-11
Surface Width: 20mm

Wide Gleipnir - Handmade 925 Sterling Silver Ring

Gleipnir is the binding that holds the mighty wolf Fenrir at bay, preventing him to unleash the Ragnarök upon the cosmos. Handmade by master artisans, the Gleipnir 925 Sterling Silver Ring represents the unbreakable bond of honor of a true warrior: lighter than silk, stronger than steel. Size S: resizable to US size 6-9
Size L: resizable to US size 8-11
Surface Width: 20mm

Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull.  The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. 
Surface Width: 11mm
 Weight: 16 g

The Ring of Skulls 925 Sterling Silver

Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull. The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. Surface Width: 11mm Weight: 16 g

Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull. The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. 
Weight: around 10.95g 
Ring Surface: 2.2*1.6CM
 Stone Type: Garnet

The Grinning Skull 925 Sterling Silver Ring With Red Garnet Stone

Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull. The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. Weight: around 10.95g Ring Surface: 2.2*1.6CM Stone Type: Garnet

Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull. The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. Surface Width: 13mm
Adjustable Size: US #6 - #10
Weight: around 7.2g

The Gentle Skull 925 Sterling Silver Band

Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull. The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. Surface Width: 13mm
Adjustable Size: US #6 - #10
Weight: around 7.2g

Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse. 
 The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. 
Width: 28mm
 Weight: around 25g

Hel's Face 925 Sterling Silver

Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse. The ring is handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver. Width: 28mm Weight: around 25g

Stainless Steel Bracelets

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind. He was bound by the gods to allow for civilization to rise. Even knowing that one day Fenrir would be free and in that day he would slay Odin, the gods recognized that the cosmos would be a lesser place without the wild nature of the human soul and refused to strike him down, unwilling to destroy the wild part in all of us. Show the world your indomitable spirit!

Snarling Fenrir - 316L Stainless Steel Bracelet

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind. He was bound by the gods to allow for civilization to rise. Even knowing that one day Fenrir would be free and in that day he would slay Odin, the gods recognized that the cosmos would be a lesser place without the wild nature of the human soul and refused to strike him down, unwilling to destroy the wild part in all of us. Show the world your indomitable spirit!

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops

Sons of Fenrir

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the Norns, the maidens of fate themselves. For nine days and nights the Allfather tethered between life and death in his self imposed ordeal. At the end of the ninth night, from the depths of the Well of Urd he finally learned the secret of the runes.

Runes in Lava Stone Bracelet

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the Norns, the maidens of fate themselves. For nine days and nights the Allfather tethered between life and death in his self imposed ordeal. At the end of the ninth night, from the depths of the Well of Urd he finally learned the secret of the runes.

Viking Hoodie

Vegvisir The Viking Compass Fleece Hoodie

Everyone needs a cozy go-to hoodie to curl up in, so go for one that's soft, smooth, and stylish. It's the perfect choice for cooler evenings! The Vegvisir rune, or That Which Shows the Way, is meant to act as a guide. The Huld manuscript says, “If this sign is carried, one will never loose one’s way in storms or bad w

Aegishjalmur, The Helm of Awe Fleece Hoodie

Everyone needs a cozy go-to hoodie to curl up in, so go for one that's soft, smooth, and stylish. It's the perfect choice for cooler evenings! Aegishjalmur, The Helm Of Awe, is one of the most powerful runes in Norse mythology. It contains eight spiked tridents that are defending the central point from the hostile forc

Victory or Valhalla Vegvisir Rune Unisex Hoodie

Everyone needs a cozy go-to hoodie to curl up in, so go for one that's soft, smooth, and stylish. It's the perfect choice for cooler evenings! • 50% cotton, 50% polyester • Double-lined hood • Double-needle stitching throughout • Air-jet spun yarn with a soft feel and reduced pilling • 1x1 athletic rib knit cuffs and w

Stainless Steel Earrings

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, relieving his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle. The Triquetra is a Norse symbol closely connected with the Horn Triskelion, also known as Triskele or the Triple Horn of Odin.

Triskele and Valknut Surgical Steel Stud Earrings

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, relieving his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle. The Triquetra is a Norse symbol closely connected with the Horn Triskelion, also known as Triskele or the Triple Horn of Odin.

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, relieving his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle.
 
The earring is made of 316L stainless steel, a nickel and molybdenum alloy known for its sturdiness and corrosion resistance.

Valknut Stainless Steel Earrings

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, relieving his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle. The earring is made of 316L stainless steel, a nickel and molybdenum alloy known for its sturdiness and corrosion resistance.

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his own spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the maidens of fate. 
For nine days the Allfather tethered between life and death. At the end of the ninth night, he learned the secret of the runes. 
Honor the Allfather sacrifice by displaying the might of the Runes to all Midgard!  Made of 316L stainless steel.

Sacred Runes Stainless Steel Earrings

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his own spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the maidens of fate. For nine days the Allfather tethered between life and death. At the end of the ninth night, he learned the secret of the runes. Honor the Allfather sacrifice by displaying the might of the Runes to all Midgard! Made of 316L stainless steel.

Silver Earrings

Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse.
Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull.

Blazing Hel Skull 925 Sterling Silver Single Earring

Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse.
Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull.

Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather.  The ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from all evil.  These earring are handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver with a cubic zircon stone.  Beautiful and strong.

Raven Wings 925 Sterling Silver Earrings

Odin’s ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from all evil. These earring are handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver with a cubic zircon stone. Beautiful and strong.

Valkyries are more than the elegant, noble maidens who bring the dead heroes to Valhalla, they are noble warriors and servants of Odin, going fully armored to battle following the Allfather. Valkyries never had winged horses in Norse tradition (the pegasus is from the Greek mythology), instead they themselves had wings, which they use to bring the honored dead to Valhalla.  These earring are handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver, inlaid with cubic Zircon stones and weight…

Valkyrie Wings 925 Sterling Silver Earrings

Valkyries are more than the elegant, noble maidens who bring the dead heroes to Valhalla, they are noble warriors and servants of Odin, going fully armored to battle following the Allfather. Valkyries never had winged horses in Norse tradition (the pegasus is from the Greek mythology), instead they themselves had wings, which they use to bring the honored dead to Valhalla. These earring are handcrafted of pure and certified 925 Sterling Silver, inlaid with cubic Zircon stones and weight…

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Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. 
The arm ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. 
The Odin’s Ravens 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring Bracelet is handmade of pure 925 Sterling Silver, weighting about 60.42g. Its total length is 18cm fitting wrists from 17cm 23cm of circumference

Odin's Ravens 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring Bracelet

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The arm ring represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. The Odin’s Ravens 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring Bracelet is handmade of pure 925 Sterling Silver, weighting about 60.42g. Its total length is 18cm fitting wrists from 17cm 23cm of circumference

Hugin and Munin with Valknut 3D Printed Unisex Tank Top

You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! 100% Polyester For size, please use the table below as it may change from model to mod

Hugin and Munin with Mjolnir 3D Printed Unisex Tank Top

You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of a thicker, heavier cotton, but it's still soft and comfy. And the double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite! 100% Polyester For size, please use the table below as it may change from model to mode

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. 
The bracelet represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. 
This bracelet is made of 925 Sterling Silver and 100% natural Cow leather. The Raven skull size is 4*1.9cm, the skull is 1*0.7cm 2*1.3cm. The Bracelet full length is adjustable from 18 to 29cm and weighs around 10.2g.

Odin Raven's Skull Silver and Leather Bracelet

Odin’s Ravens: Hugin (thought) and Munin (memory) fly all over Midgard to bring information to the Allfather. The bracelet represents the blessings of Odin, evoking the swiftness of the raven with the sharpness of its beak to protect the wearer from his enemies. This bracelet is made of 925 Sterling Silver and 100% natural Cow leather. The Raven skull size is 4*1.9cm, the skull is 1*0.7cm 2*1.3cm. The Bracelet full length is adjustable from 18 to 29cm and weighs around 10.2g.

Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse.
Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull.

Blazing Hel Skull 925 Sterling Silver Single Earring

Helheim is governed by the goddess Hel, daughter of Loki, who displays a unique visage: half of her body is of a beautiful woman, while the other half is a decomposing corpse.
Commemorating the passage to the afterlife of Hel, The Warrior Lodge presents its Hel Collection, combining the beauty of Pure Sterling Silver with the most discerning aspect of death, the Grinning Skull.

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind. He was bound by the gods to allow for civilization to rise. Even knowing that one day Fenrir would be free and in that day he would slay Odin, the gods recognized that the cosmos would be a lesser place without the wild nature of the human soul and refused to strike him down, unwilling to destroy the wild part in all of us. Show the world your indomitable spirit!

Snarling Fenrir - 316L Stainless Steel Bracelet

The great wolf Fenrir represents the wild and indomitable spirit of of mankind. He was bound by the gods to allow for civilization to rise. Even knowing that one day Fenrir would be free and in that day he would slay Odin, the gods recognized that the cosmos would be a lesser place without the wild nature of the human soul and refused to strike him down, unwilling to destroy the wild part in all of us. Show the world your indomitable spirit!

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops

Sons of Fenrir

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the Norns, the maidens of fate themselves. For nine days and nights the Allfather tethered between life and death in his self imposed ordeal. At the end of the ninth night, from the depths of the Well of Urd he finally learned the secret of the runes.

Runes in Lava Stone Bracelet

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the Norns, the maidens of fate themselves. For nine days and nights the Allfather tethered between life and death in his self imposed ordeal. At the end of the ninth night, from the depths of the Well of Urd he finally learned the secret of the runes.

Bifrost (Bifröst) is the rainbow bridge that connects Asgard, the realm of the Gods; with Midgard, the world of humanity. Bifrost is guarded by the ever-vigilant god Heimdall. This ring is made of Tungsten Carbide, a highly resistant alloy made of equal parts of Tungsten and Carbon. The inlay is made with genuine Blue Opal stone, bringing the bright iridescence of Bifröst to the ring. The exterior of the ring is coated in resin to protect the stone and wood inlays.

Bifrost, the Rainbow Bridge to Valhalla Tungsten Carbide Ring with Blue Opal Inlay

Bifrost (Bifröst) is the rainbow bridge that connects Asgard, the realm of the Gods; with Midgard, the world of humanity. Bifrost is guarded by the ever-vigilant god Heimdall. This ring is made of Tungsten Carbide, a highly resistant alloy made of equal parts of Tungsten and Carbon. The inlay is made with genuine Blue Opal stone, bringing the bright iridescence of Bifröst to the ring. The exterior of the ring is coated in resin to protect the stone and wood inlays.

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, relieving his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle. The Triquetra is a Norse symbol closely connected with the Horn Triskelion, also known as Triskele or the Triple Horn of Odin.

Triskele and Valknut Surgical Steel Stud Earrings

The Valknut (coined from Old Norse valr, "slain warriors" and knut, "knot") is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles. It symbolizes the power of Odin to bind and unbind the mind, relieving his chosen warriors from tension and fear while binding his enemies so they become helpless in battle. The Triquetra is a Norse symbol closely connected with the Horn Triskelion, also known as Triskele or the Triple Horn of Odin.

Vegvisir The Viking Compass Fleece Hoodie

Everyone needs a cozy go-to hoodie to curl up in, so go for one that's soft, smooth, and stylish. It's the perfect choice for cooler evenings! The Vegvisir rune, or That Which Shows the Way, is meant to act as a guide. The Huld manuscript says, “If this sign is carried, one will never loose one’s way in storms or bad w

Aegishjalmur, The Helm of Awe Fleece Hoodie

Everyone needs a cozy go-to hoodie to curl up in, so go for one that's soft, smooth, and stylish. It's the perfect choice for cooler evenings! Aegishjalmur, The Helm Of Awe, is one of the most powerful runes in Norse mythology. It contains eight spiked tridents that are defending the central point from the hostile forc

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops. Wolves play a major role in Norse religion, being symbols of strength and community in Nordic culture, often depicted in religious drawings or carved on everyday items and charms.

Sons of Fenrir 925 Sterling Silver Arm Ring

Sköll and Hati, the sons of the great Wolf Fenrir are the ones responsible to chase the horses of the carriages of the Sun and the Moon, ensuring that the cycle of day and night never stops. Wolves play a major role in Norse religion, being symbols of strength and community in Nordic culture, often depicted in religious drawings or carved on everyday items and charms.

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the Norns, the maidens of fate themselves. For nine days and nights the Allfather tethered between life and death in his self imposed ordeal. At the end of the ninth night, from the depths of the Well of Urd he finally learned the secret of the runes.

Sterling Silver Runes Beard Rings

To discover the secret magic of the Runes, Odin hung himself from a branch of Yggdrasil, pierced himself with his spear, and peered downward into the shadowy waters of the Well of Urd, a pool of fathomless depths that held the Norns, the maidens of fate themselves. For nine days and nights the Allfather tethered between life and death in his self imposed ordeal. At the end of the ninth night, from the depths of the Well of Urd he finally learned the secret of the runes.

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals. The typical Norse Knot motif uses a woven line to depict stylized  powerful animals such as wolves, bears and dragons, symbolizing the connection between warrior and beast.

Mjolnir - Thor's hammer with Norse Knot and Dragon Chain Stainless Steel Necklace

Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer and badge of office is one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains in a single strike. Although most famous for its use as a weapon, Mjolnir plays a vital role in Norse religious practices and rituals, being used to bless marriages, births, and funerals. The typical Norse Knot motif uses a woven line to depict stylized powerful animals such as wolves, bears and dragons, symbolizing the connection between warrior and beast.

Níðhöggr (Malice Striker), the mighty dragon that lives in the roots of Yggdrasil in Hel, chewing on the roots of the tree for all eternity with hopes to damage and topple it. The realm of Hel or Helheim, Old Norse for “Hidden,” is not a place of punishment in the Norse Religion, but simply a continuation of life somewhere else.

Nidhogg the Viking Dragon from Hel 925 Sterling Silver Necklace

Níðhöggr (Malice Striker), the mighty dragon that lives in the roots of Yggdrasil in Hel, chewing on the roots of the tree for all eternity with hopes to damage and topple it. The realm of Hel or Helheim, Old Norse for “Hidden,” is not a place of punishment in the Norse Religion, but simply a continuation of life somewhere else.