In the Volsunga Saga we find it in the water, the possession of Andvari.
He came to the pool before the cave and he watched for a sight of Andvari.
Andvari I am named, Oin was my father named; many a cataract have I passed.
Yes, if he were going to catch Andvari she would lend her net to him.
But Andvari cursed the ring and the gold and all that might possess either.
"Andvari, you are caught; it is one of the Æsir who has taken you," he heard his captor say.
So there were Sigurd and Brynhild burned together, and the curse of the dwarf Andvari was fulfilled.
He saw Andvari snatch at something on the heap, but he made no sign of marking it.
Having to pay compensation to the father, Loki robbed a dwarf, named Andvari, of his gold.
For a more remote parallel we may compare the story of Loki and Andvari.