Wild World Dragon chain bracelet DCB5

Dragons in the Eddas and in Early Nordic Art were more serpeant like than the modern dragons depicted today. In Viking mythology Jörmungandr (meaning huge monster) is described as a giant, venomous mythical sea creature, also known as the Midgard Serpent, who grew so large that it surrounds the earth, grasping it's own tail.

This theme inspired Annika in the creation of her Wild World Collection dragons and in this intricately styled bracelet the tail like catch passes through the dragons jaws.

Made in solid silver the chain is a wonderfully chunky 6mm in thickness.

Generally available within 3-7 days of ordering.

Wild World Dragon chain bracelet DCB5

Wristwear
£548.00
Annika Rutlin chunky solid silver 6mm chain dragon bracelet

Wild World Dragon chain bracelet DCB5

Wristwear
£548.00
Finish
Length
£548.00

Dragons in the Eddas and in Early Nordic Art were more serpeant like than the modern dragons depicted today. In Viking mythology Jörmungandr (meaning huge monster) is described as a giant, venomous mythical sea creature, also known as the Midgard Serpent, who grew so large that it surrounds the earth, grasping it's own tail.

This theme inspired Annika in the creation of her Wild World Collection dragons and in this intricately styled bracelet the tail like catch passes through the dragons jaws.

Made in solid silver the chain is a wonderfully chunky 6mm in thickness.

Generally available within 3-7 days of ordering.