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Viking Oval Brooch

Art.Nr.: 07 Ov 3 Oval
54,61 €
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Viking Oval Brooch replica - bronze
Viking Oval Brooch replica - bronze
Viking Oval Fibula Replik - silver plated
Viking Oval Fibula Replik - silver plated
Viking Oval Brooch - back side
Viking Oval Brooch - back side
Viking Oval Brooch replica
Viking Oval Brooch replica
Oval Brooch Original British Museum
Oval Brooch Original British Museum
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Oval brooch from the Viking period.

This Viking oval brooch is particularly elaborate and richly detailed crafted. It is the reproduction of a historical find from the 9th century.

The historical model for this expressive Viking oval brooch comes from the exhibition of the British Museum in London and is called a Viking brooch P51 according to the classification of the archaeologist Jan Petersen.

The P51 type oval brroch was particularly common in western Norway, but it was so widespread that it makes up almost half of all oval brooches found in the Viking Age.

Our Viking oval brooch has a sturdy needle on the back and an eyelet for hanging chains.

You can buy the oval the brooch is made from high-quality bronze and also available in genuine silver-plated.
Dimensions: 8 x 5.5 x 2.5 cm.

Such oval brooches were common jewellery for women's garments in the Viking Age. The oval brooch was used to fasten the dress and apron of the Viking Age women's garb when worn in pairs under the shoulders.

Since the oval brooch was always worn in pairs during the Viking Age, it was advisable to order two pieces.
The indicated price is for one piece.

The bowoval l brooch is the most common type of brooch in the Viking Age and can be found in finds from Ireland to the Volga. Apart from inexpensive mass-produced goods and simple copies, there were also extremely filigree, gold-plated silver bowl brooches of the highest quality.

But whether inexpensive or precious: the Viking bowl brooch always served in pairs to fasten the shoulder straps of the upper garment.
In addition, one or more chains were often hung one above the other between the oval brooches and sometimes additionally attached to a round disc brooch or trefoil brooch in the middle of the chest.

A detailed treatise on the Viking oval brooch can be found by Jan Petersen in the publication "Vikingetide smykker" from 1928.
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Oval brooch from the Viking period.

This Viking oval brooch is particularly elaborate and richly detailed crafted. It is the reproduction of a historical find from the 9th century.

The historical model for this expressive Viking oval brooch comes from the exhibition of the British Museum in London and is called a Viking brooch P51 according to the classification of the archaeologist Jan Petersen.

The P51 type oval brroch was particularly common in western Norway, but it was so widespread that it makes up almost half of all oval brooches found in the Viking Age.

Our Viking oval brooch has a sturdy needle on the back and an eyelet for hanging chains.

You can buy the oval the brooch is made from high-quality bronze and also available in genuine silver-plated.
Dimensions: 8 x 5.5 x 2.5 cm.

Such oval brooches were common jewellery for women's garments in the Viking Age. The oval brooch was used to fasten the dress and apron of the Viking Age women's garb when worn in pairs under the shoulders.

Since the oval brooch was always worn in pairs during the Viking Age, it was advisable to order two pieces.
The indicated price is for one piece.

The bowoval l brooch is the most common type of brooch in the Viking Age and can be found in finds from Ireland to the Volga. Apart from inexpensive mass-produced goods and simple copies, there were also extremely filigree, gold-plated silver bowl brooches of the highest quality.

But whether inexpensive or precious: the Viking bowl brooch always served in pairs to fasten the shoulder straps of the upper garment.
In addition, one or more chains were often hung one above the other between the oval brooches and sometimes additionally attached to a round disc brooch or trefoil brooch in the middle of the chest.

A detailed treatise on the Viking oval brooch can be found by Jan Petersen in the publication "Vikingetide smykker" from 1928.
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