Germanic - Pendants
|ca. 50 A.D. - 800 A.D.
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Tinned brass pendant from an frankish woman's belt found at Wiesbaden, Germany, 7th century AD. Replica slightly reduced, available as brooch or pendant. Diameter 5.4 cm.
Tinned brass pendant from an alemannic woman's belt found at Hirschberg, Germany, 7th century AD. Replica slightly reduced, available as brooch or pendant. Diameter 5.6 cm.
Disc brooch with silver base plate on which a golden cross was riveted. Center inlayed with blue glass. Frankish, from Calaincourt, Dep. Aisne, France, 7th century AD. Replica with garnet (red) or Iolith (blueish-violett). Diameter 2.5 cm. Useable as brooch and pendant.
Brooch depicting two birds on a tree. From Hüttlingen, Germany, second half of 7th century AD. Diameter 4.1 cm, useable as brooch or pendant.
Thor's hammer from Gilton, England. 6th century AD. Height: 2 cm.
Byzantine crucifix from Frankfurt/Main, Germany. 6th to 7th century AD. Height: 2.3 cm.
Pendant , made after the decoration of the Tassilo Chalice in Kremsmünster, Austria. 8th century AD. Heigth (without loop) 2.9 cm. Available also in earring version (Nr. 324 A).
Golden pendant of a necklace. Found in a woman's burial at Hüfingen, Germany. 6th century AD. Diameter (without loop): 1.9 cm.
Earrings , made after the decoration of the Tassilo Chalice in Kremsmünster, Austria. 8th century AD. Heigth (without loop) 2.9 cm. Available also in pendant version (Nr. 324 B).
Pendant from Huntingdon, England, early 9th century AD. Diameter 2.6 cm.
Large Anglo-Saxon disc brooch, belonging to the Strickland-Family from Yorkshire. Original partly gilded silver, 9th century AD. Now in the British Museum. Diameter 10.8 cm. Like the original, it is useable as brooch and pendant.
Germanic charm from Hjörlunda, Fredriksborg, Denmark. 6th century AD. Diameter: 4 cm. Original made from sheet gold.
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