Open Work Merowingian Brooch

Art.Nr.: 07 BR DSC
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Merovingian brooch - bronze
Merovingian brooch - bronze
Rosette brooch - silver plated
Rosette brooch - silver plated
Merovingian brooch - back side
Merovingian brooch - back side
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Disc brooch of the Merovingian period with cloisonné.

This detailed replica of a Frankish-Alemannic disc brooch is based on a historical model from the 6th century, which is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

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The openwork rosette brooch is made of bronze and in real silver-plated. In contrast to the original, it is not decorated with genuine Amaldine cloisonné but with red glass flow.

Dimensions of the Merovingian brooch: 2,8 x 2,8

On the back there is a sturdy needle with a spiral spring, which gives the needle the necessary tension.



In the 5th and 6th centuries, rosette brooches with cloisonné were a characteristic part of Merovingian women's costume and were usually worn as a pair or also in combination with a bird brooch and, together with a pair of bow brooches, formed what is known as the four brooch costume of the wealthy Merovingian woman.

Like brooches today, the brooches served to close the neckline of the dress in the chest area and were a status symbol of the Alemannic woman in the Merovingian period.
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Disc brooch of the Merovingian period with cloisonné.

This detailed replica of a Frankish-Alemannic disc brooch is based on a historical model from the 6th century, which is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Link to the historical model...

The openwork rosette brooch is made of bronze and in real silver-plated. In contrast to the original, it is not decorated with genuine Amaldine cloisonné but with red glass flow.

Dimensions of the Merovingian brooch: 2,8 x 2,8

On the back there is a sturdy needle with a spiral spring, which gives the needle the necessary tension.



In the 5th and 6th centuries, rosette brooches with cloisonné were a characteristic part of Merovingian women's costume and were usually worn as a pair or also in combination with a bird brooch and, together with a pair of bow brooches, formed what is known as the four brooch costume of the wealthy Merovingian woman.

Like brooches today, the brooches served to close the neckline of the dress in the chest area and were a status symbol of the Alemannic woman in the Merovingian period.
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