Medieval Dragon Brooch

Art.Nr.: 07 Br Dragon
from 12,60 €
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Medieval dragon brooch - bronze
Medieval dragon brooch - bronze
Medieval dragon brooch - silver plated
Medieval dragon brooch - silver plated
Medieval dragon brooch - detail
Medieval dragon brooch - detail
Medieval dragon brooch - back side
Medieval dragon brooch - back side
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Dragon brooch from the Middle Ages.

Here you can buy a remarkably beautiful brooch with a dragon motif from the Middle Ages.

The historical model for this medieval dragon brooch is an image from the late Viking Age.

You can buy the dragon brooch in high-quality bronze or in real silver-plated.

On the back of the medieval dragon brooch is a sturdy needle, which is also suitable for strong fabrics.

Dimensions dragon brooch: 3.5 x 3.5 cm.

The dragon was considered a magical creature by the people of the Middle Ages. The Vikings knew the dragon Fafnir and the Midgard Serpent. In Asia, the dragon was considered a lucky charm and a symbol of fertility, while Christians considered the dragon to be the embodiment of evil.

Various magical powers were attributed to dragons, e.g. their blood could ward off injuries, eating a dragon's heart made one understand the language of the animals and eating a dragon's tongue could improve one's oratory.

The armies of the Romans and Germanic tribes went to war with dragon standards, which were intended to intimidate the enemy, and in the visual art of the Viking Age the dragon had a prominent position and was described in many sagas.

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Dragon brooch from the Middle Ages.

Here you can buy a remarkably beautiful brooch with a dragon motif from the Middle Ages.

The historical model for this medieval dragon brooch is an image from the late Viking Age.

You can buy the dragon brooch in high-quality bronze or in real silver-plated.

On the back of the medieval dragon brooch is a sturdy needle, which is also suitable for strong fabrics.

Dimensions dragon brooch: 3.5 x 3.5 cm.

The dragon was considered a magical creature by the people of the Middle Ages. The Vikings knew the dragon Fafnir and the Midgard Serpent. In Asia, the dragon was considered a lucky charm and a symbol of fertility, while Christians considered the dragon to be the embodiment of evil.

Various magical powers were attributed to dragons, e.g. their blood could ward off injuries, eating a dragon's heart made one understand the language of the animals and eating a dragon's tongue could improve one's oratory.

The armies of the Romans and Germanic tribes went to war with dragon standards, which were intended to intimidate the enemy, and in the visual art of the Viking Age the dragon had a prominent position and was described in many sagas.

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