Raven Braided Arm Ring
- SKU: JARRV
- Categories: Celtic Arm Rings, Celtic Jewelry
- Tags: Bronze, Custom-Order, Made in USA, Raven, Sterling Silver
Ravens figured heavily in Celtic mythology and legend. They were linked to darkness and death, especially the death of warriors in combat – an obvious reflection of its tendency to eat carrion, plenty of which is to be found in the aftermath of battle.
$190.00 – $415.00
Our Raven Arm Ring is constructed with a medium braid of wire, and is approximately 5/16 inch (8 mm) thick. It is available in bronze or sterling silver.
Ravens figured heavily in Celtic mythology and legend. They were linked to darkness and death, especially the death of warriors in combat – an obvious reflection of its tendency to eat carrion, plenty of which is to be found in the aftermath of battle. The Morrigan, the Celtic war goddesses who was known for her ability to predict the outcomes of battles, often took the form of a raven. However, the highly intelligent ravens were also thought to be the messengers of the gods as they traveled between the worlds, bringing otherworldly advice and knowledge.
|Bronze or Silver||
8 Inch, 9 inch, 10 Inch, 11 Inch, 12 Inch, 13 Inch, 14 Inch, 15 Inch
|Left or Right Arm||
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