Norse Fenrir Necklace Stainless Steel Rune Wolf Skoll Hati Viking Pendant
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 being negative and positive to 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 Norse Fenrir necklace is made of solid hypoallergenic stainless steel.
The Viking wolf pendant has a high polish finish with antiquing to highlight the details.
The backside of the pendant is engraved with Norse runes and the helm of awe symbol. The Helm of Awe is an ancient Norse symbol that goes by a few names, the Helm of Awe, Aegishjalmur, Viking Compass. The name Aegishjalmur is derived from the God of the ocean of Jotunheim, Aegir. Jotunheim is the land of the frost giants, one of the nine realms of Norse mythology. The helm of awe is also known as a symbol of protection, courage, and strength.
This design approximately measures 39mm in diameter x 4.5mm thick. The bail can accommodate a chain or cord up to 4mm wide.
This Norse Fenrir pendant will arrive ready to wear on a 24-inch 3.6mm wide stainless steel spiga chain necklace.