Tiny Raven Bird Skull Ring
A minimalist bird skull ring perfect for daily wear as a simple fashion ring, stacking ring, or midi ring for a touch of gothic magick.
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Silver Bird Skull Stacking Ring
Intricately detailed despite its miniature nature, the creepy cute little bird skull ring will show off your dark aesthetic in an understated way. This stackable ring also looks amazing as a midi or knuckle ring.
The tiny skull and sturdy, yet thin band make this a perfect everyday ring to wear. Stack two together for a Hunnin and Muninn raven pair. Gift one to your best friend or special other as a meaningful friendship ring, gothic promise ring, or unconventional engagement ring.
Expertly crafted in solid sterling silver, a metal of purity and intuition. Made to order in your ring size.
- Skull length: 10mm (0.39 inches)
- Band thickness: 2mm
- Material: Solid 925 sterling silver with an antiqued finish to enhance the details
- Polished by hand to make each piece unique
- Cruelty-free: Completely sculpted from photographic references of raven skulls.
Raven couples are deeply devoted to one another. Once they find their life companion, they do almost everything with each other and are rarely far apart for even a night. Even outside mating season, couples keep their relationship strong with loving gestures such as bringing each other special treats, caressing beaks, and preening one another. They’ll also go on romantic flights, locking toes and tumbling through the sky, swooping in unison or soaring wingtip to wingtip.
Odin's ravens - Huginn and Muninn
Huginn and Muninn are the most renowned raven pair. In Norse mythology, these two ravens accompanied the god, Odin. Huginn represented the power of thought and active pursuit of knowledge, while Muninn represented the intuitive part of the mind.
Every morning, Odin would send these two ravens out into the world, and each evening they returned to tell him of the many things they’d seen and learned.
Many scholars believe that Huginn and Muninn’s role as Odin’s messengers are symbols of his shamanic practices. Odin sending his thought (Huginn) and mind (Muninn) into a trance-state journey into the Underworld by way of the Norse concepts of “fylgja” (the animal spirit) and “hamingja” (the altered appearance of a shape-shifter).
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