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 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.