Viking Horseshoe Brooch from Birka

Art.Nr.: 07 Fi Roll
from 10,08 €
( plus Shipping)
 
Ring brooch replica - silver plated
Ring brooch replica - silver plated
Horseshoe brooch replica - bronze
Horseshoe brooch replica - bronze
Ring brooch replica from Björkö
Ring brooch replica from Björkö
Metal Colour:
Bronze
Bronze  
10,08 ¤
Silver plated
Silver plated  
plus 2,02 €
1-2 Days
2-3 Days
On demand
Out of stock

Indefinitely
Sold out
Piece
Status: See Icon
Sie haben eine Frage zum Produkt Viking Horseshoe Brooch from Birka
Print product data sheet

Replica of a small Viking horseshoe brooch from Birka.

Here you can buy a small, Viking horseshoe brooch replica that was made after a historical model from Birka and is provided with elegant curled ends.

The dimension of the Viking horseshoe brooch is 3.3 x 2.8 cm, the needle has a length of 4.5 cm.

The small dimensions of this Viking horseshoe brooch is very suitable to close the neckline of a tunic or the leg wraps, and thus ideal for the authentic garb in Viking re-enactment.

The horseshoe brooch is a more than a thousand years old garment closure with practical benefits. This jewellery was very present already in Roman times and especially during the Viking era and served for quick closing of the historical garment.

Detailed description in your language...
Product Reviews:
How do you like this article? Here you can leave your own review.

For this product we recommend:
Baltic ring brooch replica - bronze
07 Fi Balt Small horseshoe brooch replica from the Baltic area with square ends according to a model of the Viking Era. Bronze or silver plated. Ø 2.6 cm.
Details
Out of stock Out of stock
To the Product
Not available
from 8,40 €* Out of stock
Viking horseshoe brooch replica
16 Fi mini 1 Replica of a little Viking horseshoe brooch in omega shape with a diameter of 4 cm. Hand forged of a twisted 3 mm square rod of iron.
Viking Horseshoe brooch
07 Fi Me 1 Simple Viking horseshoe brooch with curled ends for closing the neck line of a tunic or the leg wraps. Brass. 3.2 x 3 cm. Needle length 5 cm.
Viking Horseshoe brooch replica
07 Fi Me 0 Small Viking horseshoe brooch with curled ends for closing the neck line of a tunic or the leg wraps. Bronze or silver plated 4 x 3 cm.
Details
1-2 Days 1-2 Days
To the Product
Quick Order
from 10,08 €* 1-2 Days
Customers who bought this product bought also the following products:
Dealers for museum supplies, medieval and Viking re-enactment or LARP are cordially invited to register as resellers for wholesale in Pera Peri's medieval shop. We guarantee the best quality at good prices with short delivery times!

Replica of a small Viking horseshoe brooch from Birka.

Here you can buy a small, Viking horseshoe brooch replica that was made after a historical model from Birka and is provided with elegant curled ends.

The dimension of the Viking horseshoe brooch is 3.3 x 2.8 cm, the needle has a length of 4.5 cm.

The small dimensions of this Viking horseshoe brooch is very suitable to close the neckline of a tunic or the leg wraps, and thus ideal for the authentic garb in Viking re-enactment.

The horseshoe brooch is a more than a thousand years old garment closure with practical benefits. This jewellery was very present already in Roman times and especially during the Viking era and served for quick closing of the historical garment.

10.08

Your advantages

  • Large selection
  • Availability display
  • DHL tracking
  • Smart shop navigation
  • Friendly customer service

Safe shopping

  • 14 days right of withdrawal
  • Over 20 years experience
  • Fast money back
  • Good returns management
  • Professional order processing

Customer service

Tue. to Thu. from 10-12 and 13-15
phone+49 (0)3504 - 625695

Payment methods

PayPal Mastercard Visa Vorkasse / Moneyorder

Shipping methods

DPD DHL UPS

facebook twitter pinterest instagram
*All prices incl. VAT, incl. packaging costs, plus Shipping costs plus any customs duties (for non-EU countries). Crossed out prices correspond to the previous price at peraperis.com.
© 2022 Pera Peris - Haus der Historie
Go to mobile site