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Vendel Ravens Ring Odin's mask Viking Ring Odin Ravens Ring Hugin and Munin Ring Viking Ravens Ring Sterling Silver Norse Viking Jewelry
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Metal: sterling silver (925)
Weight: approx. 17 g (0,59 oz)

Odin was often associated with ravens. Examples include depictions of figures often identified as Odin appear flanked with two birds on a 6th-century bracteate and on a 7th-century helmet plate from Vendel, Sweden. In later Norse mythology, Odin is depicted as having two ravens Huginn and Muninn serving as his eyes and ears – Huginn being referred to as thought and Muninn as memory. Each day the ravens fly out from Hliðskjálf and bring Odin news from Midgard.
The raven was a common device used by the Vikings. Ragnar Lodbrok had a raven banner called Reafan, embroidered with the device of a raven. It was said that if this banner fluttered, Lodbrok would carry the day, but if it hung lifeless the battle would be lost. King Harald Hardrada also had a raven banner, called Landeythan (land-waster). The bird also appears in the folklore of the Isle of Man, a former Viking colony, and it is used as a symbol on their coat of arms.
The Vendel era is right before the viking ere which spanned from 793 AD - 1042 AD (Sometimes set to 850 AD - 1050 AD).
The Vendel era started 550 AD and ended 793 AD and was right after the Migration Period.

In Norse mythology Odin is a god of war and death, as well as a sky god and the god of wisdom and poetry. He is also heavily associated with magic. Odin rides on an eight-legged horse called Sleipnir, and his famous spear is called Gungnir. He also has a precious arm ring called Draupnir, and two ravens called Hugin and Munin who tell him all the things happening around the world. Odin only has one eye, because he sacrificed one to drink from the fountain of wisdom.

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Andrey
19.03.2021
Quality is perfect! Communications was quick and clear. My recommendation for all to order from berloga.
Julia Vasileva
16.03.2021
Very beautiful and quality viking piece of art!!! And I love it very much because it is with this autentic viking design from my favorite Urnes Stave church!!! This is a real masterpiece!!! A great service too!!! This is my favorite ring!!!
Kilian
26.01.2021
I was positively overwhelmed by the quality and beauty of the ring, when I saw it in person. Great interaction and cooperation with the seller as well. I am very happy with this purchase.
Janet
16.01.2021
Gorgeous Ring , beautifully detailed..my husband love Norse mythology and was more than impressed with the quality of craftsmanship...loved it!
Tom Devine
05.11.2020
Amazing and impeccable work! Everything about the Witcher medallion I purchased here is perfect: the material, the size, the weight, the detail, everything. Truly fantastic craftsmanship! Thank you to the hard-working artists at the Berloga Workshop!
Jacob
04.11.2020
Truly beautiful ring and I'm very happy with it. You will get high quality when you order from Berloga Workshop
Fer
09.09.2020
Hace un año que pedi este colgante y es precioso, estoy muy contento con la compra. Me encanta vuestro trabajo!
Jack
31.07.2020
Looks exactly as the pictured one does, it's a good size and weight, and I have had it tested and confirmed as being real silver. Very pleased with my pendant.

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