Handcrafted Ravens and Yggdrasil Ring - Sterling Silver
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All handcrafted items are individually made to order by an artisan. Please allow 5-7 working days for your personal piece to be crafted. Due to complete creation of each item by hand, some pieces are not stamped with a 925 mark. If you have any special size requests or for this item to be made in Yellow or White Gold, please contact our customer care.
Genuine handcrafted 925 Sterling Silver signet ring with the Yggdrasil the world tree engraved on the face of the ring and a soaring raven on each side. This ring is smoothly polished on the inside for comfortable wear, and comes in a variety of sizes. For more information on how to accurately measure your finger size, please refer to our Ring Sizing Guide image in the photo slideshow.
Yggdrasil is the world tree in Norse mythology and its trunk is the center of Nordic spiritual cosmos. Nine worlds are connected by Yggdrasil, and all Gods go to this tree daily to perform their duties. In Norse culture and many other cultures around the globe, the tree often represents the eternal life. The constant cycle of death and rebirth brought the belief that life is cyclical and therefore eternal. The world tree became a popular symbol of such belief all over the Earth, and its imagery was often included in religious rituals or depicted on sacred charms.
Ravens were popular in Norse mythology as Odin’s eternal companions that he created to assist his wolves with their hunt. The first two ravens were named Hugin and Munin, memory and thought, were eyes and ears during Odin’s travels across the world. Amongst his many names Odin was also known as the raven lord and these birds of prey were highly regarded in Nordic society, often depicted on charms and drawings as a sign of wisdom and foresight.
Product Size: Please refer to Ring Sizing Guide image for size selection
Material: 925 Sterling Silver
Weight: 13-14g depending on size ordered
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