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Viking Thistle Head Brooch - large

Art.Nr.: 07 Fi Distel - GR
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Viking thistle brooch - silver
Viking thistle brooch - silver
Viking thistle brooch - detail
Viking thistle brooch - detail
Viking thistle brooch - bronze
Viking thistle brooch - bronze
Viking thistle brooch replica
Viking thistle brooch replica
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Thistle brooch - replica of a Viking Age brooch.

Here you can buy a replica of a so-called thistle brooch, which was quite common among the Vikings from the end of the 9th to the beginning of the 10th century and was especially popular in Ireland, England, but also in Western Scandinavia.

A thistle brooch of this size was used in the Viking Age to close a heavy woolen cloak and was a representative status symbol. Ideal for authentic garb in Viking reenactment.

Link to the originalen thistle head brooch...

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

Dimensions: brooch ring 8.5 cm, needle 18 cm.

The thistle brooch originated during the Viking Age in the late 9th century in the former Celtic areas of Ireland and soon reached England and western Scandinavia through the settlement of the Irish island by the Vikings.

Thus, in the 10th century, the thistle brooch was not only popular in the insular world, it was also copied and further developed as a component of men's costume by craftsmen in western Norway. Remarkably, original brooches of insular origin are mainly found in women's graves, whereas the native copies are more likely to be found in men's graves.

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Thistle brooch - replica of a Viking Age brooch.

Here you can buy a replica of a so-called thistle brooch, which was quite common among the Vikings from the end of the 9th to the beginning of the 10th century and was especially popular in Ireland, England, but also in Western Scandinavia.

A thistle brooch of this size was used in the Viking Age to close a heavy woolen cloak and was a representative status symbol. Ideal for authentic garb in Viking reenactment.

Link to the originalen thistle head brooch...

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

Dimensions: brooch ring 8.5 cm, needle 18 cm.

The thistle brooch originated during the Viking Age in the late 9th century in the former Celtic areas of Ireland and soon reached England and western Scandinavia through the settlement of the Irish island by the Vikings.

Thus, in the 10th century, the thistle brooch was not only popular in the insular world, it was also copied and further developed as a component of men's costume by craftsmen in western Norway. Remarkably, original brooches of insular origin are mainly found in women's graves, whereas the native copies are more likely to be found in men's graves.

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