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Viking Stave Chain with Beard Comb

Art.Nr.: 07 FiKe Kamm
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Viking beard comb - bronze
Viking beard comb - bronze
Viking beard comb - silver plated
Viking beard comb - silver plated
Viking beard comb - detail
Viking beard comb - detail
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Viking Age stave-chain with beard comb.

The Viking stave chain that you can buy here was made after an archaeological find from the Viking Age and is provided with a detailed replica of a beard comb made of bronze.

Chains are found in all kinds of forms in the burials of the Viking Age, especially in eastern Sweden and on Gotland as well as in the Baltic States, and were often used to attach so-called functional pendants such as needle boxes, beard combs or hygiene tools.

The Viking stave-chain has a small and S-hook at one end, which is hooked into a brooch attached to the chest.

The complete chain measures 27 cm including the hook and beard comb, which is long enough for the beard comb pendant to be at about waist height.

The bronze beard comb is made in the so-called Ringerike style, true to detail after a find from the Viking Age. It is one of two identical beard comb pendants found in England and dates to the 11th century.

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The Viking chain is made of high-quality bronze and in real silver-plated.
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Viking Age stave-chain with beard comb.

The Viking stave chain that you can buy here was made after an archaeological find from the Viking Age and is provided with a detailed replica of a beard comb made of bronze.

Chains are found in all kinds of forms in the burials of the Viking Age, especially in eastern Sweden and on Gotland as well as in the Baltic States, and were often used to attach so-called functional pendants such as needle boxes, beard combs or hygiene tools.

The Viking stave-chain has a small and S-hook at one end, which is hooked into a brooch attached to the chest.

The complete chain measures 27 cm including the hook and beard comb, which is long enough for the beard comb pendant to be at about waist height.

The bronze beard comb is made in the so-called Ringerike style, true to detail after a find from the Viking Age. It is one of two identical beard comb pendants found in England and dates to the 11th century.

Link to the historical model...

The Viking chain is made of high-quality bronze and in real silver-plated.
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