Viking Neck Ring - Heavy
Type: Neck Ring
Neck rings made of braided wire were very common in Viking culture, and are believed to have been worn by both men and women. The braid is worn to the front, with the hooks sitting on the back of the neck. Unlike Celtic torcs, which typically fight snugly around the neck, the neck rings worn by Vikings were larger and sat more like a necklace.
The Viking Neck Ring is available in both a medium weight that is 5/16” (8mm) thick, and a heavy weight that is 3/8 inch (10 mm) thick. It is only available in sterling silver.