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Viking jewellery, medieval jewellery and detailed replicas of antique jewellery.

In our medieval shop you can buy detailed replicas of Viking, Celtic and medieval jewellery.

Here you can buy replicas of historical jewellery, such as fibulas and brooches, according to historical originals and archaeological finds. You can buy in our medieval shop also garment clasps and robe needles of bronze and iron after models from the era of the Celts and Romans, the Teutons and Vikings, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. In our medieval shop you will find not only authentic pendants and magical amulets but also faithful reproductions of Celtic torques, necklaces and chokers, as well as replicas of Viking jewellery such as historical bracelets, finger rings and earrings. You will surely find the right jewellery for a stylish and authentic re-enactment equipment or your everyday life.

Retailers for LARP and medieval or Viking re-enactment are welcome to register for our medieval wholesale.

Resellers of LARP, Medieval and Viking Re-enactment or historic museum Replicas are welcome to register at Pera Peris wholesale online shop.
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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

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