Capra Ring - Sterling Silver - open end

Regular price1 495 kr
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Size chart






XS 16 mm 50.3 mm
S 18.25 mm 57,3 mm
M 20.5 mm 64,4 mm
L 22.75 mm 71.5 mm
XL 25 mm 78.5 mm


The simplest way to find your ring size is by using a measuring tape. Gently wrap the measuring tape around the base of the finger where you intend to wear the ring. Match this measurement (inner circumference) with the chart provided above to identify your ring size. Alternatively, consider using a wire like the following example:





Measure your ring size towards the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Ensure your hands are comfortably warm, as cold temperatures can result in your finger being up to half a size smaller than usual. When using a measuring tape or a ring sizer, ensure a snug fit that prevents slipping, yet is loose enough to easily glide over your knuckle.



If you're buying a ring as a gift, we recommend using an existing ring owned by the recipient for sizing reference. Our measurement guide (link in footer) can also be a valuable resource.

  • Free Shipping over €79
  • Free 90 day Exchange
  • One year Warranty

The Capra of Thor Ring – with a design is inspired by Thor’s two goats Tanngnjóstr & Tanngrisnir who pulls his chariot. In the tales & songs about Thor and his two goats, you can learn about the deep affection & companionship they have for each other. The design is therefore also meant to inspire in relation to Trust, Righteousness & Confidence.

The ring is handmade here in our foundry in Sweden, from 100% up-cycled Sterling Silver 935.

  •  Designed & handcrafted in Sweden
  • Ring in 5 adjustable sizes.
  • Width over the skull varies in sizes, 10mm to 14mm
  • Made of 100% up-cycled Sterling Silver 935
  • Engraved "Freya & Thor" on the inside
  • Responsibility & authenticity stamps
  • Made with sustainability in mind
  • Comes with a pouch & gift box

Since 2017 Freya & Thor of Sweden offers handmade jewellery with a unique, modern & minimalistic design - inspired by Norse Mythology.

Capra Ring - Sterling Silver - open end

  • XS is 16mm inner diameter and 10mm width over the skull
  • S is 18mm  inner diameter and 11mm width over the skull
  • M is 20mm inner diameter and 12mm width over the skull
  • L is 22mm inner diameter and 13mm width over the skull
  • XL is 24mm inner diameter and 14mm width over the skull

Shipping: We believe in minimizing environmental impact, so we prefer ground freight over air freight. In cases where air freight is necessary due to distance, we compensate for CO2 emissions through the shipping company. We offer tracked shipping (recommended), express shipping, and free tracked shipping for orders over €79. Please allow 4-8 business days for shipping with tracked shipments, depending on your location.

Returns: Enjoy our generous 90-day return policy, designed to accommodate those who purchase jewellery well in advance as gifts. This allows recipients ample time to decide whether to keep or exchange the item. Return the product within 90 days (unused, with the white tag intact, in the original box). Expect a refund the next business day after we receive the package. For exchanges, use our contact form or email us at for instructions. Please note that the cost of shipping the jewellery piece back to us, including any customs charges (if applicable), is your responsibility. Always provide your order number.

Slow Fashion

All our pieces are made to perfection by hand in our local foundry in Sweden, with 100% up-cycled Sterling Silver being our main metal of use. We ethically & sustainably craft our jewellery here in Sweden, with an aim to continuous develop in a slow fashion manner.

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More than unique designs

Freya & Thor of Sweden offers handmade jewellery with a unique, modern & minimalistic design. The brand was founded in 2017, with the mission to create silver jewellery taking inspiration from Norse Mythology. The God of Thunder Thor’s hammer “Mjolner” became the first symbol used in our pieces. In 2020 we launched an equal focus on Goddess Freya & her “Golden Tears”.

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