Viking



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Asgard Forged Cuff

Asgard Forged Cuff

A torc (also spelled torq or torque) is a large rigid neck or wrist ring typically made from strands of metal twisted together. Viking age torcs are mostly open at the front (like a big C shape), however many were worn permanently, too thick and tight to remove without damaging the ornate metalwork. Well over 2 ounces and nearly 1/2 an inch thick, this forged cuff comes in either solid sterling...
$150.00



Berserker Axe Blade Necklace

Berserker Axe Blade Necklace

For the most formidable Norse Warrior, this blade necklace is inspired by the historic shape and intricate carvings of the 10th century Mammen Axehead. A fearsome armament capable of leveling mountains, Mjollnir is depicted as a hammer, axe or club. Thor, the Norse god of storms, strength, destruction, fertility, healing, and the protection of mankind, wielded Mjollnir as his ultimate weapon. The...
$120.00



Bifrost Bridge ID Bracelet - Dark Brown

Bifrost Bridge ID Bracelet - Dark Brown

In Norse mythology, Bifrost is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods. Solid sterling silver and spanning over 2 inches long, the distressed ID bar can remain blank or be engraved by RockLove (translated runes +$60), your local jeweler, even embellished as a rugged medical bracelet. The dark brown woven leather is vegetable dyed for...
$220.00



Bifrost Bridge ID Bracelet - Saddle

Bifrost Bridge ID Bracelet - Saddle

In Norse mythology, Bifrost is a burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods. Solid sterling silver and spanning over 2 inches long, the distressed ID bar can remain blank or be engraved by RockLove (translated runes +$60), your local jeweler, even embellished as a rugged medical bracelet. The saddle woven leather is vegetable dyed for...
$220.00



Celtic Spiral Necklace

Celtic Spiral Necklace

Found by metal detector in England. Age: Unconfirmed Possibly circa 5th-3rd century BC. Ancient Celtic "Proto-Money" was used as currency before the introduction of the coins. A loop was added to carry many strung together - the "suspensions" were often in the decorative shapes of wheels, axeheads, rings, or bells. Low-value coinages of potin, a bronze alloy with high tin content, are theorized...
$125.00



Cuerdale Hoard Insignia Necklace

Cuerdale Hoard Insignia Necklace

Directly inspired by a fragment from the Cuerdale Hoard, this necklace replicates an authentic 900AD Viking silver treasure buried in Lancashire, England. The Cuerdale Hoard consists of over 8,500 silver objects (coins, personal ornaments, fragmented metal) buried in a lead-lined chest, weighing over forty kilos (~90lbs). Silver was extremely rare in the North until the Vikings imported great...
$135.00



Drekar Dragon Slider Necklace

Drekar Dragon Slider Necklace

The drekar, or dragon-headed longship, was a Viking vessel powered by sail and oarsmen. One of the best preserved of these sea craft is the oaken Oseberg Ship, discovered in a burial mound in Norway. Nicknamed "Oseberg Style" to signify the early era of Viking zoomorphic carving, the interweaving patterns on this necklace are reminiscent of the Oseberg Dragon Head Posts found in the tomb. The...
$135.00



Freyja Woven Cuff

Freyja Woven Cuff

A torc (also spelled torq or torque) is a large rigid neck or wrist ring typically made from strands of metal twisted together. Viking age torcs are mostly open at the front (like a big C shape), however many were worn permanently, too thick and tight to remove without damaging the ornate metalwork. Well over 2 ounces and 3/8ths an inch thick, this woven cuff comes in either solid sterling silver...
$150.00



Midgard Serpent Beaded Wrap - Carnelian

Midgard Serpent Beaded Wrap - Carnelian

In Norse mythology, Jormungand, the Midgard Serpent, grew until his body encircled the Earth, biting on his own tail. Vikings loved to adorn themselves with beads collected from their pillaging triumphs. Men would plait them into their hair and beards while women would string them between their hangerock shoulder brooches. Beads during the Viking Age were typically iolite, amber, carnelian,...
$165.00



Midgard Serpent Beaded Wrap - Garnet

Midgard Serpent Beaded Wrap - Garnet

In Norse mythology, Jormungand, the Midgard Serpent, grew until his body encircled the Earth, biting on his own tail. Vikings loved to adorn themselves with beads collected from their pillaging triumphs. Men would plait them into their hair and beards while women would string them between their hangerock shoulder brooches. Beads during the Viking Age were typically iolite, amber, carnelian,...
$195.00


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Odal Cross Necklace

Odal Cross Necklace

Both relics found by metal detectors in England. c.1100 A.D. Crusades Type Silver Coin c.900 A.D. Odal Shield Cross An important Scandinavian design often depicted on shields, the Sun Cross references the four quarters, crossroads, homeland and in some instances, Christianity. 'Odal' is the Norse and Old English rune Othila. A historical reproduction from the Viking Age originals (which were...
$135.00



Riga Signet Ring

Riga Signet Ring

Found by metal detectors in Riga, Latvia. Age: Unconfirmed Possibly 12-13th century. The Daugava River, at the mouth of Riga, was part of the Vikings' Dvina-Dnieper navigation route to Byzantium. What is now the capital of Latvia began development as a centre of Viking trade during the early Middle Ages. Mentioned in ancient chronicles, the route stretched from Scandinavia through Latvian...
$85.00



Valhalla Spike Earrings

Valhalla Spike Earrings

Directly inspired by a fragment from the Cuerdale Hoard, these earrings replicate an authentic 900AD Viking silver treasure buried in Lancashire, England. Stamping into flattened silver was a basic and well-used Viking Age technique. Many jewelry pieces are decorated with patterns of triangles, dashes, and dots made by hammering the top of a shaped die into the surface of the metal. These solid...
$150.00



Valhalla Spike Necklace

Valhalla Spike Necklace

Directly inspired by a fragment from the Cuerdale Hoard, this necklace replicates an authentic 900AD Viking silver treasure buried in Lancashire, England. Stamping into flattened silver was a basic and well-used Viking Age technique. Many jewelry pieces are decorated with patterns of triangles, dashes, and dots made by hammering the top of a shaped die into the surface of the metal. This solid...
$150.00



Valhalla Spike Ring

Valhalla Spike Ring

Directly inspired by a fragment from the Cuerdale Hoard, this necklace replicates an authentic 900AD Viking silver treasure buried in Lancashire, England. Stamping into flattened silver was a basic and well-used Viking Age technique. Many jewelry pieces are decorated with patterns of triangles, dashes, and dots made by hammering the top of a shaped die into the surface of the metal. This solid...
$99.00



Valkerie Diamond Plate Earrings

Valkerie Diamond Plate Earrings

Directly inspired by a fragment from the Cuerdale Hoard, these earrings replicate an authentic 900AD Viking silver treasure buried in Lancashire, England. Stamping into flattened silver was a basic and well-used Viking Age technique. Many jewelry pieces are decorated with patterns of triangles, dashes, and dots made by hammering the top of a shaped die into the surface of the metal. These solid...
$85.00



Valkerie Diamond Plate Necklace

Valkerie Diamond Plate Necklace

Directly inspired by a fragment from the Cuerdale Hoard, this necklace replicates an authentic 900AD Viking silver treasure buried in Lancashire, England. Stamping into flattened silver was a basic and well-used Viking Age technique. Many jewelry pieces are decorated with patterns of triangles, dashes, and dots made by hammering the top of a shaped die into the surface of the metal. This solid...
$80.00



Viking Age Dragon Cuff

Viking Age Dragon Cuff

Found by metal detectors in Riga, Latvia. Age: Unconfirmed Popular style for the region suggests 10-11th century. Zoomorphic Viking Age Wrist Torc A torc (also spelled torq or torque) is a large rigid neck or wrist ring typically made from strands of metal twisted together. Viking age torcs are mostly open at the front (like a big C shape), however many were worn permanently, too thick and tight...
$300.00



Viking Hair Pin - HOOK

Viking Hair Pin - HOOK

Found by metal detectors in Gatchina, Russia in 1990. Gatchina is along the main road used by the Kievan Rus' (Slavic Vikings) to travel from the Baltic Sea to Pskov, one of the oldest cities in Russia. In 903, Igor of Kiev married a local Pskovian woman, Olga, and then went on to become the first Varangian ruler of the Kievan Rus'. Igor I (Old Norse: Ingvar) ruled from 912 to 945. A historical...
$69.00


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Viking Hair Pin - LINK

Viking Hair Pin - LINK

Found by metal detectors in Gatchina, Russia in 1990. Gatchina is along the main road used by the Kievan Rus' (Slavic Vikings) to travel from the Baltic Sea to Pskov, one of the oldest cities in Russia. In 903, Igor of Kiev married a local Pskovian woman, Olga, and then went on to become the first Varangian ruler of the Kievan Rus'. Igor I (Old Norse: Ingvar) ruled from 912 to 945. A historical...
$69.00