Each of the four runes carved on this ring represent evolution through effort and perseverance. thurs represents the character forged with suffering, Jera represents the rewards you will receive for your daily sacrifice, Faith represents the wealth obtained and gyfu indicates a gift or a triumph.
In Norse mythology, Sköll (Old Norse "betrayal") was the wolf that chased the horses Arvak and Alsvid, who pulled the chariot of the goddess Sól through the heavens every day, with the aim of devouring the god.
Rafnagud, one of the nicknames of the god Odin, means "God of the ravens". This is because he used two ravens to collect news from around the world, the same ones that are represented on this elegant stainless steel bracelet, adorned with silver-finish filigree.