This stainless steel ring is more of a simple fashion state with the giant serpent lightly coiled around your finger in such artistic detail that uses your own body not to slide off.
His name is pronounced your – mun-gander (also given as Jormungand and meaning "huge monster" or "great beast"), and he is one of the oldest entities in Norse mythology. Jörmungandr features in tales from Skaldic Poetry prior to the 9th century CE when the skald (poet) Bragi Boddason wrote his Ragnarsdrápa ("Ragnar’s Poem"), the oldest skaldic poem extant, which references him. The serpent is also featured in the c. 980-985 poem Húsdrápa ("House Lay") in the section on Thor’s fishing trip with the giant Hymir during which he tries to catch and kill Jörmungandr. An image of this tale is carved on an 11th-century runestone presently in the National Museum of Denmark.