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Viking Bracelets

Viking Bracelets

Viking Bracelets

Your perfect Norse and Viking Bracelet is here. Our collection features options ranging from steel to silver, offering something for everyone.

In the Viking age, bracelets, often referred to as arm rings, were common. These bangle-style bracelets were worn on the wrist or higher up on the arm and were sometimes called Viking Torcs. Viking chiefs would gift jewelry, including bracelets, to their warriors as a token of shared wealth from their conquests, fostering loyalty and support.

According to sagas, Vikings swore oaths on arm rings in sacred spaces. Oaths sworn on these rings, witnessed by the gods, were unbreakable. Today, modern followers of the old Norse religion use arm rings to symbolize personal promises, often swearing oaths to Ullr, the Norse god of oaths and agreements and hunt.

Viking Bracelet Symbols

  • Mjolnir (Thor’s Hammer): Worn as a symbol of protection during the Viking Age, Mjolnir symbolizes the adherence to the old gods.

  • Ravens: Odin’s familiars, Huginn (thought) and Muninn (memory), symbolize the deity’s complex nature as the god of war, wisdom, and wanderers. These ravens travel the realms bringing knowledge and information to Odin.

  • Valknut: The Valknut symbolizes Valhalla, Odin’s hall for the bravest fallen warriors who feast until Ragnarok. The Valknut is a symbol of the Einherjar, the chosen warriors of Valhalla.

  • Vegvisir (Norse Compass): Found in 18th-century Icelandic grimoires, this symbol ensures you never lose your way. Originally a symbol for Viking navigators, it now represents spiritual guidance in modern Asatru.

  • Aegishjalmur (Helm of Awe): This magical symbol, mentioned in Icelandic grimoires, symbolizes protection from enemies.

  • Jormungandr (Midgard Serpent): Jormungandr encircles the world, symbolizing the circle of life.

  • Wolf: Wolves, such as Fenrir, who is destined to kill Odin at Ragnarok, and Odin’s companions, Geri and Freki, represent powerful and volatile forces. They are a symbol of our inner fierceness. 

  • Yggdrasil (World Tree): The World Tree represents nature and the connection of all things.

  • Triskelion or Triple horn of Odin: Symbolizing the Mead of Poetry, once stored in three drinking horns. It represents the wisdom Odin shared with mankind.

  • Viking Ship: The Norse peoples were explorers who discovered Iceland, Greenland, and even the New World centuries before others. These rings symbolize the Viking spirit of adventure and intellect.


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