Suton Hoo Brooch

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Sutton Hoo Brooch - silver plated
Sutton Hoo Brooch - silver plated
Sutton Hoo Brooch - silver plated
Sutton Hoo Brooch - silver plated
Sutton Hoo brooch - detail
Sutton Hoo brooch - detail
Brooch from the back side
Brooch from the back side
Brooch from Sutton Hoo
Brooch from Sutton Hoo
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Brooch replica from the ship burial of Sutton Hoo.

This elaborately designed brooch is based on a find from the ship burial at Sutton Hoo and is an expressive example of the high level of craftsmanship of the Anglo-Saxons in the 6th century.

The richly detailed brooch is a faithful copy of an original find from the Anglo-Saxon ship grave No. 17 at Sutton Hoo, which was probably used as a fitting for a bridle.

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The Diameter of the brooch "Sutton Hoo" is 5.5 cm.

The Sutton Hoo brooch has a solid pin on the back, which is also suitable for stronger fabrics.

The Sutton Hoo brooch is made of high-quality cast bronze and is also available in real silver-plated.



The archaeological site of Sutton Hoo is located in East Anglia, England and was excavated in 1939. It comprises a total of 18 burial mounds, including the famous boat grave at Sutton Hoo, where impressively well-preserved and precious Anglo-Saxon artefacts have been found, showing native and Irish influences as well as Scandinavian, Merovingian and even East Mediterranean backgrounds.

It is likely that the Anglian ruler Raedwald, who was in power there between 617 and 625 AD, was buried in this boat grave. Probably the most famous finds from this tomb are the helmet and the Sutton Hoo buckle, but many other precious artefacts were also recovered.
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Brooch replica from the ship burial of Sutton Hoo.

This elaborately designed brooch is based on a find from the ship burial at Sutton Hoo and is an expressive example of the high level of craftsmanship of the Anglo-Saxons in the 6th century.

The richly detailed brooch is a faithful copy of an original find from the Anglo-Saxon ship grave No. 17 at Sutton Hoo, which was probably used as a fitting for a bridle.

Link to the historical model...

The Diameter of the brooch "Sutton Hoo" is 5.5 cm.

The Sutton Hoo brooch has a solid pin on the back, which is also suitable for stronger fabrics.

The Sutton Hoo brooch is made of high-quality cast bronze and is also available in real silver-plated.



The archaeological site of Sutton Hoo is located in East Anglia, England and was excavated in 1939. It comprises a total of 18 burial mounds, including the famous boat grave at Sutton Hoo, where impressively well-preserved and precious Anglo-Saxon artefacts have been found, showing native and Irish influences as well as Scandinavian, Merovingian and even East Mediterranean backgrounds.

It is likely that the Anglian ruler Raedwald, who was in power there between 617 and 625 AD, was buried in this boat grave. Probably the most famous finds from this tomb are the helmet and the Sutton Hoo buckle, but many other precious artefacts were also recovered.
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