An eternal oath, a promise of tomorrow. An old legend tells of a Viking chieftain who was caught in a violent storm while sailing on a great lake, far from the shore. The chieftain begged the forger of the vault of heaven to save his men from shipwreck. The chieftain and his men were saved and once he was back on the shore, he sacrificed a golden bracelet to the gods above as a token of his gratitude. The sacrificial gift slumbered beneath the beach sand for the next thousand years. The golden bracelet was discovered in Metsäpirtti, Karelia, in the 1920s, and in 1956 jewelry designer Börje Rajalin used the bracelet as a model for a new ring in the Kalevala Koru collection

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