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Medieval Brooch "Saint Georg"

Art.Nr.: 07 BR St Georg
15,12 €
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Saint Georg brooch - silver-plated
Saint Georg brooch - silver-plated
Saint Georg brooch - bronze
Saint Georg brooch - bronze
Medieval brooch worn as a pendant
Medieval brooch worn as a pendant
Brooch Saint Georg - back side
Brooch Saint Georg - back side
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Medieval brooch with the depiction of Saint George.

Here you can buy a medieval brooch with St. George slaying the dragon, made after a pilgrim's badge from the 15th century.


The medieval brooch shows St. George on horseback with a lance slaying the dragon while a divine hand gives him a blessing.

Link to the historical model...

The medieval brooch with St. George has a diameter of 3.5 cm.

You can buy this medieval brooch in high-quality bronze or in real silver plated.

On the back of the brooch is a sturdy pin which is also suitable for strong fabrics and is therefore ideal for use as a garment clasp for medieval garments.

In addition, the St. George brooch is equipped with an eyelet so that it can also be worn as an amulet around the neck.



Saint George was raised by his widowed mother in the city of Lydda in Palestine in the late third century AD and grew up to become a Roman soldier. Under Emperor Diocletian, persecution of Christians began, but George refused to take part and confessed his faith, which earned him imprisonment, torture and eventually beheading.

In the Middle Ages, George was named a saint because of the many miracles he was said to have performed, including the story of the slaying of the dragon. Legend has it that a town called Silene in Lybia was threatened by a sea serpent which prevented the inhabitants from using the waters of the lake. The townspeople practised pagan rites and sacrificed virgins to the monster to protect the town.

When the king's daughter was to be the next offering, Saint George attacked the dragon on his white horse, with spear and shield, pierced it with his spear and freed the princess, whereupon the inhabitants converted to the Christian faith.
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Medieval brooch with the depiction of Saint George.

Here you can buy a medieval brooch with St. George slaying the dragon, made after a pilgrim's badge from the 15th century.


The medieval brooch shows St. George on horseback with a lance slaying the dragon while a divine hand gives him a blessing.

Link to the historical model...

The medieval brooch with St. George has a diameter of 3.5 cm.

You can buy this medieval brooch in high-quality bronze or in real silver plated.

On the back of the brooch is a sturdy pin which is also suitable for strong fabrics and is therefore ideal for use as a garment clasp for medieval garments.

In addition, the St. George brooch is equipped with an eyelet so that it can also be worn as an amulet around the neck.



Saint George was raised by his widowed mother in the city of Lydda in Palestine in the late third century AD and grew up to become a Roman soldier. Under Emperor Diocletian, persecution of Christians began, but George refused to take part and confessed his faith, which earned him imprisonment, torture and eventually beheading.

In the Middle Ages, George was named a saint because of the many miracles he was said to have performed, including the story of the slaying of the dragon. Legend has it that a town called Silene in Lybia was threatened by a sea serpent which prevented the inhabitants from using the waters of the lake. The townspeople practised pagan rites and sacrificed virgins to the monster to protect the town.

When the king's daughter was to be the next offering, Saint George attacked the dragon on his white horse, with spear and shield, pierced it with his spear and freed the princess, whereupon the inhabitants converted to the Christian faith.
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