This stainless steel bracelet has a wolf's head locking onto a separate piece acting as a clasp to hold the item together on your wrist. Although the giants of the realm Jotunheim became the enemies of the gods of Asgard, they were the original entities who gave birth to the gods. The first creature to emerge in the Nine Realms of Norse cosmology was the giant Ymir followed by the cow Audhumla. Audhumla uncovered the god Búri by licking the ice, and Búri mated with the giantess Bestla, who gave birth to the gods Odin, Vili, and Vé, while Ymir gave birth to the giants through self-fertilization. Odin and his brothers killed Ymir and the other giants, but two, Bergelmir and his wife, escaped and produced the other giants who would afterward become the sworn enemies of the gods. The relationship between the gods and giants is epitomized in the figure of Loki, the trickster god, whose father was a jötunn (someone from Jotunheim) and mother a goddess. A jötunn was not necessarily a giant – both Loki and his daughter Hel (also a jötunn) are depicted as normal-sized beings – but the jötnar (plural of jötunn) seem to have a familial relationship with the giants, and both are associated with Jotunheim. The concept of the giants as unrelated to the gods, therefore, is incorrect as is the claim that every jötunn was a giant.
Metals Type: Stainless Steel
Length of bracelet: have 19cm,21cm,23cm,25cm
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