Odin & Sleipnir Ring
Odin and Sleipnir Ring

Odin & Sleipnir Ring

Oct 4, 2019 | Dragons, Horses, Ravens, Viking, Animals & Mythology

Sleipnir is the 8 legged horse of Odin, chief of the Viking Gods. The imagery on this Viking ring is inspired by the 8th Century standing stones from the island of Gotland Sweden. The main image is of Odin naked on Sleipnir’s back brandishing his shield and spear into Ragnarok to fight the Midguard serpent (world s . There is also a small Raven and a Triskele knot. The coiled knotwork around the shank of the ring is Midguard serpent (also known as Jörmungandr), and this motif is also found on 3 of these stones. The ring measures 10mm wide and is available in gold, platinum or silver. This design represents Balance, Fate and Wisdom.

Side View of Odin and Sleipnir ring

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