The Ouroboros can be attached to a string, worn as a pendant, or stand alone for other purposes.
In Norse mythology, it appears as the serpent Jörmungandr, one of the three children of Loki and Angrboda, who grew so large that it could encircle the world and grasp its tail in its teeth. Often reoccurring in civilizations The Ouroboros has symbolized Infinity and reoccurring loops of the universe. It has even been considered The Entirety of All and the soul of The World. It was also the symbol of Janus. It has made its way into the art of Alchemy, Psychology, Freemasons and other secret societies.
The Ouroborus has held to its symbolism and remained entwined in mankind through the ages.
The Ouroborus was made pure without chemical sealants or preservatives but has been oiled with linseed oil to help bring out the shine of the wood.