Norse Fenrir Signet Ring Gold Stainless Steel Viking Valknut Wolf Band
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 signet ring or Viking Valknut wolf band is made of hypoallergenic stainless steel.
The Viking wolf signet ring measures 19mm wide at the center by 7.5mm wide at the back.
The entire band has a high polish finish with antiquing to highlight the details, the center Fenrir has a high polish gold color PVD finish.
The band has the Valknut symbol on each side. The name Valknut is not a traditional Viking name but a modern Norwegian title given to the symbol. It combines the words for a slain warrior, "valr," and knot "knut" to mean knot of slain warriors. This name Valknut, appears to be associated with the dead and with Odin, the god of war and the dead.
This Norse Fenrir signet ring is available in sizes 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13.