Viking Drinking Horn Cup "Wolf Fenrir" (Complete Set with Gift Bag)
Embrace the Viking spirit with our Premium Quality Viking Drinking Horns and Mugs, thoughtfully designed as a gift set. Each set includes a beautifully crafted stylish gift bag for convenient storage or gifting, perfect for LARPing (Live-Action Role-Playing) adventures, as Viking movie props, Viking home or restaurant décor.
This mug available in two sizes, 400-500 ml and 800 ml - 1 Litre, these drinking horn cups are not just vessels; they're a piece of Viking heritage ready to elevate your drinking experience.
Carefully polished and cleaned top quality drinking horn that is safe to drink from. The shape and colour of the horn may differ from that in the picture. It suites cold drinks like Beer, Mead, Wine. Horn cups not suitable for strong alcohol drinks, dishwashing machines, microwaves, etc.
Wash it with warm water after using and it will work for you for 1000 years:)
Norse Horn cup masterpiece came from Algizrune Norse Pagan Arts Workshop Canada. Design protected by UK and Canadian Law.
Important: Free shipping for our SKAL horns cups made from Canada so import taxes may apply on importation and its buyer responsibility.
Fenrir, also known as Fenrisúlfr or Fenris Wolf, is a significant figure in Norse mythology and plays a crucial role in the events leading up to Ragnarok, the prophesied end of the world in Norse cosmology. Fenrir's connection to Ragnarok is a central part of this apocalyptic narrative.
Fenrir is one of the offspring of the trickster god Loki and the giantess Angrboða, and he is the brother of Hel, the ruler of the land of the dead, and Jormungandr, the World Serpent. As a wolf, Fenrir grew at an astonishing rate and soon became a massive and fearsome creature. His insatiable appetite for destruction and his rapid growth made the gods of Asgard uneasy, as they saw him as a potential threat to their existence.
The gods attempted to contain Fenrir, but his strength continued to grow. They ultimately decided to bind him, fearing the chaos and destruction he could unleash during Ragnarok. To accomplish this, they commissioned the dwarven brothers to create a magical chain called Gleipnir. It was made from seemingly innocent and impossible-to-break materials like the sound of a cat's footsteps, the beard of a woman, the roots of a mountain, and the spittle of a bird.
With deceit and trickery, the gods convinced Fenrir to allow himself to be bound with Gleipnir, but he sensed treachery and demanded that one of the gods place their hand in his mouth as a sign of good faith. Tyr, the god of courage and justice, willingly sacrificed his hand to secure Fenrir with Gleipnir. Once bound, Fenrir realized that he could not break free from the magical chain, and the gods left him to be imprisoned until Ragnarok.
The role of Fenrir in Ragnarok is pivotal. During this apocalyptic event, he will break free from his chains, marking the beginning of the end. Fenrir, now fully grown and more monstrous than ever, will play a central role in the chaos and destruction that ensues during the battle of Ragnarok. He will actively seek out Odin, the chief of the Norse gods, and ultimately kill him. This event represents the collapse of the old order and the impending doom of the gods.
Fenrir's involvement in Ragnarok serves as a symbolic representation of the destructive forces of chaos and inevitability, which even the gods cannot escape. His release and actions during Ragnarok are integral to the Norse belief in the cyclical nature of the cosmos, where the world will be destroyed and then reborn in a new and different form after the cataclysmic events of the end times.