The Norse earrings that we offer here at Medieval Collectables make the perfect finishing touch for your look and pair well with our other pieces of Nordic jewelry, as well. Many of our Viking earring designs feature elements inspired by Norse culture, mythology, and art, including Norse knotwork, bearded axes, round shields, and more. We carry styles of Norse hook earrings and Norse post earrings, and most of our pieces require pierced ears to wear. Browse through this growing section to see fantastic pieces for adding Viking style to any costume or outfit!
In the Viking culture, the wolf was often considered a creature of Odin. Odin himself had two who served him personally. These Viking Wolf Axe Earrings embody not only these creatures but also the shape of the iconic Viking weapon.
Sometimes called runestone style art, the Viking Urnes style features slim, stylized, tightly interwoven patterns often depicting animals. The White Bronze Urnes Earrings show off curling and crisscrossing spike designs.
This pair of earrings, patterned after a Viking shield, offers its wearer protection just like the shield did to Viking warriors of old. The White Bronze Viking Round Shield Earrings show off a circular shape with fine details.
Embracing geometric knotwork patterns, Borre style artwork motifs are named for the Borre mound cemetery in Norway. The White Bronze Borre Knot Earrings show off an attractive knotwork pattern that Viking enthusiasts will love.
The striking interlaced knotwork dragon design of the quality pewter Osberg Dragon Ear Wrap is inspired by the intricate Norse wood carving that decorated a 9th century Viking ship discovered beneath a burial mound in Norway.
Thrust through the ear lobe, the Thunderstick Earrings displays a richly detailed Nordic Thors hammer. The Viking earring features a unique design with a convincing back piece intended to create the effect of a stretched ear.
Mjolnir, or Thors Hammer, is an ancient Norse symbol, a stylized depiction of the Gods magical weapon. The Thor Hammer Earrings are inspired by a Viking Age pendant displaying a triquetra in the center, with spirals above and below.