The Eldar Futhark runes are a set of 24 characters that were predominantly used between 100 and 800 AD, by the Norse Viking as well as other Germanic people. Runes were carved into various materials including stone, bone, wood and metal.
The Valknut is a mysterious symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles, and is thought to be strongly tied to Odin. The name comes from Old Norse for "Knot" and "Slain Warrior", loosely meaning the "knot of those fallen in battle". It is thought that the Valknut was displayed at the burial sights of those who dies in battle as a sign that they were to be taken to Valhalla.
This ring has a Valknut on the centre and has runes that decrease in size as the go around the band away from the Valknut.
The ring is hand made to order out of 925 Sterling Silver and comes Hallmarked.
Open ended ring, adjustable size to fit most. If you let us know your ring size though we'll make sure you receive the closest size to your without the need to adjust it
This ring is hand cast in 925 Sterling Silver made especially for you, to fit your size. Custom sizes as 1/4 ,1/2, 3/4 of these sizes can also be made. Please contact us after purchase or leave a message in the Special Instructions Section before checkout. Ring sizes over US 15 can be made, however it has a surcharge of £40
Takes 4 to 7 weeks for dispatch. Includes free next day delivery once dispatched.
To determine your ring size, do the following:
- Use a piece of string or dental floss and wrap it around the base of your finger.
- Use a pen to mark the point on the string where the end meets.
- Use a millimeter ruler to measure the string.
- Choose the closest measurement to the chart above to find your ring size.
Tips for best results:
- Allow enough room to accommodate your knuckle.
- Bear in mind, different fingers on the same and the opposite hand may have different sizes. Therefore, measure the specific finger on which you are planning to wear the ring.
- Measure your finger at the end of the day when your finger is likely to be largest.