Vikings - Pendants
|ca. 800 A.D. - 1,100 A.D.
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Pendant, made after a buckle plate from Birka, Sweden, 10th century AD. Heigth (without loop) 2.4 cm. See also Nr. 142. Available also in earring version.
Snake amulet from a woman's burial at Birka, Sweden. Common type of amulet in Scandinavia from the 10th century. Silver, heigth 4.2 cm.
Parts from a golden neclace, discovered at the island of Rügen, North-East Germany. 10th century AD, width 4.8 cm.
Parts from a golden neclace, discovered at the island of Rügen, North-East Germany. 10th century AD, width 2.8 cm.
Slavic crucifix from the castle in Berlin-Spandau, Germany, late 10th century. Diameter 2.7 cm.
Silver crucifix with engravings in the so called "Urnes-Style". From Gatebo, öland, Sweden. Beginning of 12th century AD, heigth 7.8 cm.
Silver crucifix with engraved figure of Christ, 11th century AD. Findspot unknown, Norway. Common type in Scandinavia. Heigth 4.7 cm.
Silver crucifix from a treasure found in Bonderup, Westseeland, Danmark, hidden between 1060 and 1070 AD. Heigth 5.4 cm.
Silver crucifix from Oldenburg in Holstein, Germany, 10th century AD. Heigth 2.8 cm.
Thor's Hammer from Sweden, 9th to 10th century AD. Heigth 2.4 cm.
The only known Thor's Hammer from Iceland. 10th century AD, silver. Heigth 3.8 cm.
Silver Thor's Hammer from the burial of a viking worrior, aged 35 to 40 years. He died in case of a heavy sword cut into his thigh in England in winter 873 - 74 AD. Repton, burial 511, Derbyshire, England. Heigth 2.4 cm.
Thor's hammer or crucifix? This single shaped silver pendant was found in Foss, Iceland. 10th to 11th century AD, heigth 4.7 cm.
Crucifix from Haithabu, Germany, 10th century AD. Heigth 3.3 cm.
Crucific with interlaced design. From Tuukkala, Savo, Finnland. Around 1200 AD, heigth 4.5 cm.
Small crucifix from Lähtimäki, Kalanti, Finnland. Early 11th century AD, heigth 2.2 cm.
Brass crucifix from Oldenburg in Holstein, Germany, 10th century AD. Heigth 3.3 cm
Disc brooch from Bjölstad, Sel, Oppland, Norway. The original, made from brass or bronze, was damaged by corrosion. Around 1000 AD. Diameter: 5.7 cm. Like the original, this brooch has a loop on the backside and can also be used as a pendant.
Engraved disc brooch from Skane, Sweden. 11th century AD. Diameter: 5 cm.
Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian influences are visible in this disc brooch from Wisbech, England. Late 11th century AD. Diameter: 3.8 cm. The brooch was made of bronze.
Disc brooch, worked after ornaments from the stave church in Al, Norway. Middle of the 12th century AD. Diameter: 5.8 cm. Useable also as a pendant (hidden loop on the backside).
Disc brooch (the original was a pendant) from the Varby Treasure, Södermanland, Sweden, one of the richest treasures of the Viking period. 10th century AD. Diameter: 3.9 cm.
11th century AD
Disc brooch from Pentney, Norfolk, England. Second half of 9th century AD. Original silver with a gilded brass baseplate. Diameter 5.5 cm. Could be used also as pendant.
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