Discover the Zinc Alloy Wolf Necklace, an animal very present in the Nordic mythology.
The wolf occupies a place of foreground in the Norse mythology. We find the giant wolf Fenrir who is one of the children of the god Loki, we find Skôl and Hati who pursue the moon and the sun what causes the cycle of the day and the night, but also Geri and Freki the wolves of Odin.
More traditionally, the wolf embodies the symbol of freedom and the wild spirit. We leave it to you to choose the interpretation you wish to give to this pendant.
- Zinc alloy
- No hindrance
- Careful details
- Length of the chain: 60 cm
- Delivered in its viking bag - see picture
A wolf that won't just eat Little Red Riding Hood!
This rather peculiar wolf is the offspring of the giant Angrboda and Loki (god of bastardy). Fenrir is therefore a magnificent and incredible Giant Wolf
He has managed to take up all the room in the family while his sister is still the mistress of the world of the dead and his brother is a giant snake. All because Fenrir is foretold in a prophecy as the one who will slay us all in the Ragnarök.
The String Family
So while Fenrir is having his teenage meltdown, the Aesir (So Odin's people living in Asgard) decided to tie the wolf up to calm him down. No luck, two ropes Loeding and Dromi gave way to the strength of the wolf ... You'll note that the guys gave little names to the fucking ropes!
So they ordered a super too powerful rope from Amazon, er no sorry from the dark elves. The latter responded with a shopping list to make the rope:
- the sound of a cat's feet
- a woman's beard
- of bear's sinews
- from the breath of fish
- from the saliva of birds
With this most unlikely list they made Gleipnir! The super rope!
They managed to tie Fenrir up, impossible to break that rope ... The giant wolf attacks anyone who comes near him. So instead of leaving him alone, the Aesir put swords in his mouth!
The wolf agonizes and remains in pain until the Ragnarök, when he manages to break free of his bonds to unleash his fury on the world!
At Odin's Hall we love FENRIR! We've made bracelets representing it and we know you love them.
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For all orders under 50€, the delivery fee is 3,90€. For orders over 50€, delivery is free.
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