Viking Ring With 18K Gold Bead


This Viking Ring is made in sterling silver with an 18K Gold Bead in the center.

This Viking Ring is a unique piece from our Viking Jewelry Collection. The beaded surface of this raised Viking ring has been oxidized to give it an antique, matte gunmetal appearance. It is then decorated with polished stylized snake symbols. It is also adorned with a Viking Warrior 18K Gold Bead.

The Viking collection is inspired by the fierce warriors who once roamed the earth. The Vikings came to Ireland in 795AD and gave Dublin, or Dubh-Linn, meaning Black Pool, its name. They were in Ireland until King Brian Boru defeated them in 1014. This happened during the Battle of Clontarf on Good Friday, April 23, 1014.

The Viking Jewelry collection captures the essence of these Viking warriors and celebrates their creativity. Using silver and pewter they created dress clasps, necklaces, cloak fastenings, brooches, rings and armlets in a variety of shapes and sizes. These magnificent pieces of jewellery have inspired us to create The Viking Jewelry collection

We also have Viking Bracelet to go with this Viking Ring.

  • Height:   8 mm / 0.31 in
  • Weight:   9 g / 0.32 oz
  • Irish Sterling Silver and 18K Gold hallmarked at the Irish Assay Office located in Dublin Castle.
  • Free shipping
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Frequently Asked Questions

Are Irish Celtic or Viking?

The Irish are primarily Celtic in origin, with their roots tracing back to the migration of the Celtic people to Ireland around 500 BCE. While the Vikings had an impact on Ireland, the core population remains Celtic.

What did the Vikings call Dublin?

The Vikings referred to Dublin as "Dyflin" or "Dyflinn" in Old Norse, which was the language spoken by the Vikings.

What was Dublin originally called

Dublin was originally called "Dubh Linn" in Irish Gaelic, which means "black pool" or "dark pool." This name referred to a dark tidal pool that existed at the confluence of the River Liffey and its tributary, the River Poddle, where the city of Dublin was established. Over time, the name "Dubh Linn" anglicized to become "Dublin."

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