Adjustable Dragon Ring - Stainless Steel
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Norse mythology-inspired stainless steel rings with Nordic dragon heads - the world dragon Nidhoggr and vicious serpent-dragon Fafnir. The size of these rings can be adjusted by firmly pulling the ring apart or pushing the ring together until the desired size is reached. To avoid damaging the ring while adjusting, it is recommended to apply adjustments slowly and to not exceed the product size limitations. For more information on how to accurately measure your finger size, please refer to our Ring Sizing Guide.
In Norse mythology, Nidhoggr is the dragon that gnaws and chews away at the root of the world tree, Yggdrasil. In turn, the roots of the world tree are holding this dragon in captivity, preventing him from escaping and wreaking havoc on all living things. Symbolic of invisible danger to the entire world that the world itself is preventing from escaping, Nidhoggr was considered to be the inevitable evil in every day’s living that could not be prevented, only fought and braved.
The Norse legend of Fafnir, son of the dwarf king Hreidmar, started with Loki, Odin, and Hoenir accidentally killing Fafnir’s shape-shifting brother Otr during the hunt who had the appearance of an otter at the time. Furious, the dwarves requested a ransom to be paid by filling the otter’s skin with gold. This task fell to Loki, who played a trick on the dwarves by filling the skin with cursed gold that brought the death of whoever possessed it. Upon receiving the ransom, Fafnir felt immense greed and he killed his father to get all of it for himself. He carried the gold into the wilderness, where he turned into a dragon – a symbol of greed and eternal guardian of treasure. Fafnir was well regarded among Norse, and warriors often wore his sigil, the Helm of Awe, to garner the dragon’s strength and tenacity in battle.