Large Viking Fenrir Wolf Necklace Stainless Steel Geri Freki Wolves Wheat Chain
Fenrir was the one who would kill the All-Father god, Odin. The name Fenrir comes from Old Norse, meaning a fen-dweller. Wolves were seen as both negative and positive by the Norse people. On one hand, they can represent chaos and destruction while on the other hand, they can also represent bravery, loyalty, protection, and wisdom. Fenrir is an excellent symbol to be worn by someone who has faced many troubles and risen above them.
This Viking Fenrir wolf necklace or Geri Freki wolves pendant with wheat chain is made of solid hypoallergenic stainless steel.
The large wolf has two black marquis-cut cubic zirconia for eyes and a raised relief Norse design, both the pendant and wheat/spiga chain have a high polish finish.
This Fenrir wolf (without bail) approximately measures 52mm long x 41mm wide x 15mm thick.
The wheat/spiga chain is 30 inches long x 7mm wide. The chain necklace has two highly detailed wolf heads that hold a c ring to connect this or another pendant easily.