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Beserker Necklace & Ring

The Beserker Matching Necklace & Ring Combo ⚔️

Looking for a fierce and powerful accessory to add to your wardrobe? Look no further than our Viking Berserker Necklace and Ring combination!

Made from high-quality stainless steel, this necklace features a pendant of a berserker, a warrior of Norse legend known for their relentless and frenzied fighting style. The necklace also comes with a matching ring, emblazoned with the symbol of the berserker.

Wear these pieces together or separately to add an element of fearless strength to any outfit. The necklace comes with a durable chain, ensuring it stays securely in place during even the most intense battles (or days).

Whether you're a history buff or just love unique and striking jewellery, this Viking Berserker Necklace and Ring combination is the perfect addition to your collection.

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- Forged in 100% Stainless Steel
- Long lasting, high quality jewellery design
- Free Shipping
- Chain available in 2 Sizes
- Ring available in 7 sizes
- Necklace Encircled with the protective Viking Runes
- Ring displaying the Viking Runes, and the Viking Vaulknut
- Displaying the carefully crafted beserker helmet & dual axe
- Shipping time: Please allow 15-21 days for shipping time (Not including processing time)
- Includes a complimentary Viking Jewellery Gift Box & Jewellery Bag to keep the necklace in. (Valued at £15 when sold separately).

* For your necklace size, please refer to our guide to choose the right one for you.


About The Beserkers

The berserker, originating from the Norwegian berserk, Old Norse berserkr (“bearskin”).

In premedieval and medieval Norse and Germanic history and folklore, the beserkers was a member of unruly warrior gangs that worshipped Odin, the supreme Norse deity, and attached themselves to royal and noble courts as bodyguards and shock troops.

In the Old Norse written corpus, berserkers were those who were said to have fought in a trance-like fury, a characteristic which later gave rise to the modern English word beserk(meaning "furiously violent or out of control").