Viking Bronze Fenrir Wolves Norse Armband Steel Bracelet Ragnar Lothbrok REPLICA,美国代购,买对网
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Viking Bronze Fenrir Wolves Norse Armband Steel Bracelet Ragnar Lothbrok REPLICA

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NEW Bronze Viking Metal Adjustable Vikings Fenrir Wolves Loyalty Sacred Arm Ring Bracelet Norse Wolf Men's Women's Braided Nordic Jewelry

To adjust bracelet pull the two wolf heads apart slowly, slip your wrist in and push the nice wolves heads back together for the best fit. One size fits most.

If you watch the show Vikings on the History Channel you know that these bracelets mean heaps to the Viking people. Season One the Earl would give the boys, as a right of passage to becoming men, a sacred arm ring. They would pledge their loyalty to the Earl and his family.

When Ragnar become King his best friend and the only person he could trust was the Christian Monk Athelstan. Ragnar gave him a sacred arm ring. Even though he wasn't Viking he proved that love and loyalty was far greater.

After years of being in France Rollo could not truly let go. He kept one thing. His sacred arm ring. I'm not going to even try and understand what it means to him. However, he said it was the last reminder of him being Viking.

FENRIR * Two wolves facing each other was said by the Vikings to be protected, loyal and loved. Wearing two wolves facing each other on a sacred arm ring is explained further down with the God Odin and loyal companions.

In Norse Mythology, the Fenrir was a symbol of chaos who eventually swallows Odin whole. However, the wolf was also associated with warriors, and Odin had two wolves as loyal companions.

Norse mythology prominently includes three malevolent wolves, in particular: the giant Fenrisulfr or Fenrir, eldest child of Loki and Angrboda who was feared and hated by the Æsir, and Fenrisulfr's children, Sköll and Hati.