Pitney Brooch Replica

Art.Nr.: 07 Br 2 Pitney
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Pitney brooch Replica - bronze
Pitney brooch Replica - bronze
Pitney brooch - silver plated
Pitney brooch - silver plated
Pitney brooch replica - detail
Pitney brooch replica - detail
Pitney brooch - back side
Pitney brooch - back side
Replica of the Pitney Brooch
Replica of the Pitney Brooch
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Buy a replica of the Pitney brooch from the Viking Age.

Here you can buy a filigree disc brooch that is a faithful replica of the so-called Pitney Brooch, an Anglo-Saxon jewellery of the Viking Age in the so-called Urnes style.

The original of the impressive Viking jewellery was found in the English town of Pitney in the county of Sommerset. The Pitney brooch dates from around 1050 to 1100 and thus belongs to the end of the Viking Age.

The historical model is now in the British Museum in London.
Link to the original Pitney-Brooch ...

This famous Viking jewellery shows two fighting snakes in the so-called Urnes style, which was typical for the late Viking Age. This motif probably symbolizes the perpetual struggle between forces, i.e. the eternal struggle of good and evil in the world, as it was often thematized in the Viking Age.

Two different artistic styles merge in the Pitney brooch:The motif of the serpent on the brooch is clearly attributable to Viking art, while the shell rim and beaded serpentine line are Anglo-Saxon characteristics.

Diameter of the Pitney brooch: 5 cm.

You can buy the Anglo-Saxon Pitney brooch in high-quality bronze and in real silver plated.

Like other Viking jewellery, the Pitney brooch was worn centrally at chest level or on the shoulder to close capes. Our replica therefore has a solid pin on the back as a stable fastener and is therefore suitable as authentic jewellery for Viking reenactment.

The Pitney brooch belongs stylistically to the Urnes style, the last of the seven great art styles of the Viking Age and dates to the middle of the 11th century. This art style owes its name to the famous stave church of Urnes in southern Norway, where magnificent carvings in this distinctive animal style have been excellently preserved to this day.

The Urnes style was often used to decorate Viking jewellery and in the Urnes style one therefore finds a variety of jewellery throughout the northern region, especially openwork brooches and brooches with wonderfully intertwined bodies.
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Buy a replica of the Pitney brooch from the Viking Age.

Here you can buy a filigree disc brooch that is a faithful replica of the so-called Pitney Brooch, an Anglo-Saxon jewellery of the Viking Age in the so-called Urnes style.

The original of the impressive Viking jewellery was found in the English town of Pitney in the county of Sommerset. The Pitney brooch dates from around 1050 to 1100 and thus belongs to the end of the Viking Age.

The historical model is now in the British Museum in London.
Link to the original Pitney-Brooch ...

This famous Viking jewellery shows two fighting snakes in the so-called Urnes style, which was typical for the late Viking Age. This motif probably symbolizes the perpetual struggle between forces, i.e. the eternal struggle of good and evil in the world, as it was often thematized in the Viking Age.

Two different artistic styles merge in the Pitney brooch:The motif of the serpent on the brooch is clearly attributable to Viking art, while the shell rim and beaded serpentine line are Anglo-Saxon characteristics.

Diameter of the Pitney brooch: 5 cm.

You can buy the Anglo-Saxon Pitney brooch in high-quality bronze and in real silver plated.

Like other Viking jewellery, the Pitney brooch was worn centrally at chest level or on the shoulder to close capes. Our replica therefore has a solid pin on the back as a stable fastener and is therefore suitable as authentic jewellery for Viking reenactment.

The Pitney brooch belongs stylistically to the Urnes style, the last of the seven great art styles of the Viking Age and dates to the middle of the 11th century. This art style owes its name to the famous stave church of Urnes in southern Norway, where magnificent carvings in this distinctive animal style have been excellently preserved to this day.

The Urnes style was often used to decorate Viking jewellery and in the Urnes style one therefore finds a variety of jewellery throughout the northern region, especially openwork brooches and brooches with wonderfully intertwined bodies.
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