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AGATE RITE RING- STERLING SILVER

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Wearing this Sterling silver ring definitely feels like a rite of passage with its eerie color and grandiose band. The border exudes a strong sentiment for independence and the nature of the open-ended band design gives an otherworldly abstract look into a more prominent band type than the considered norms. Þór and his servant, Þjálfi, arrived at the field where the duel was to take place. Þjálfi tricked Hrungnir by calling out that Þór was coming at him from below, underground. Hrungnir laid his shield on the ground and stood on it. At that moment, Þór hurled Mjöllnir at the giant. Hrungnir saw the hammer flying towards him and hurled his whetstone at the hammer. The hammer and the whetstone met in midair One piece flew to Miðgarð, where it is the source of all the whetstone found to this day. Another piece lodged itself in Þór's forehead, and Þór fell. But Mjöllnir hit its mark, crushing Hrungnir's skull. He fell to the ground dead. One of his massive legs pinned Þór's neck to the ground. Meanwhile, Þjálfi attacked the clay giant. The giant was so terrified that he wet himself. Þjálfi hacked away the giant's legs, and he fell with little glory. Þjálfi tried to free Þór's neck but was unable to move the Hrungnir's leg. Even the Æsir were not strong enough to move the dead giant's leg off of Þór's neck. Finally, Magni, Þór's three-year-old son, accomplished the task. Þór was so grateful that he gave Hrungnir's horse, Gullfaxi, to Magni, despite Óðin's protest that he should receive the horse.


Metals Type: Silver


Metal Stamp: 925,Sterling


Main Stone: Agate


Item Weight: 10 g


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