Vikings used necklaces with animals or beasts biting onto a ring where pendants were hung. This variant consists of a thick, braided leather necklace that ends in Stainless Steel wolf heads representing in Geri and Freki, the wolves of Odin, that bite onto a pendant ring with a Stainless Steel Thor's Hammer based on the archaeological find from Ödeshög, Sweden. The sides have 'Thor' written in runes, and the front displays Grimfrost's bind-rune. The hammer head has Jörmungandr, the Midgard Serpent, wriggling across it. A 'Týr-rune', also known as a victory rune, is positioned beneath it, representing the serpent's faith to be killed by Thor come Ragnarök. The ring can be opened by hand, which allows for it to be hung around the neck.
The necklace comes with a lobster clasp and the ring can be opened by hand, which allows for a switch of pendants.
Necklace, article no 2188:
- Length: 60 cm (24")
- Thickness: 8 mm
- Size of the ring: 3 x 30 mm
- Material: Braided leather and Hypoallergenic Stainless Steel
Pendant, article no 2350:
- Size: 46 x 30 mm
- Diameter of hole: 5 mm
- Material: Hypoallergenic Stainless Steel
Geri and Freki (Old Norse both meaning "the ravenous" or "greedy one") are two wolves which accompanied the Norse god Odin.