Anglo-Saxon Cloisonne-Pendant

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Almandine amulet with cloisonne
Almandine amulet with cloisonne
Cloisonné pendant - silver plated
Cloisonné pendant - silver plated
Cloisonné-Amulet - detail
Cloisonné-Amulet - detail
Anglo-Saxon charm replica
Anglo-Saxon charm replica
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Anglo-Saxon cloisonné pendant replica.

This charming replica of a Merovingian cloisonné pendant is modelled on a historical amulet from Anglo-Saxon England.

The original cloisonné pendant from which this replica is made dates from 600 to 650 AD, the Anglo-Saxon Merovingian period, and was made of pure gold with glass and garnet inlays.

The pendant was found in King's Field near Faversham in Kent / England, a place where Anglo-Saxon royalty was present for many centuries. It is now in the possession of the British Museum in London.

Link to the historical model...

In contrast to the historical original, our replica is not made with genuine almandine cloisonné but with red and white glass enamel. It is also not made of gold but of bronze and is also available in silver-plated.

The cloisonné pendant measures: 3 x 2 cm.
A black leather cord in 1 m length is included with the Anglo-Saxon amulet.

The King's Field burial ground near Faversham is considered by some historians to be the richest Anglo-Saxon cemetery in the whole of England. The artefacts found here go far beyond what was common in Anglo-Saxon England in terms of craftsmanship at the time.

Twenty large round brooches made of gold and silver with inlays of Indian and Bohemian garnet alone were recovered here, whose former wearers are to be sought in the royal environment.

A precious ring sword, an Egyptian bowl, a golden harness and hundreds of pieces of jewellery made of gold and silver as well as the largest concentration of Anglo-Saxon glass artefacts (68 pieces) were found here.

The name King's Field, connected with the rich grave goods, suggests that Faversham was a royal site in the 6th and 7th centuries. For example, King Ethelbert resided here during his reign 560 - 616 AD.
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Anglo-Saxon cloisonné pendant replica.

This charming replica of a Merovingian cloisonné pendant is modelled on a historical amulet from Anglo-Saxon England.

The original cloisonné pendant from which this replica is made dates from 600 to 650 AD, the Anglo-Saxon Merovingian period, and was made of pure gold with glass and garnet inlays.

The pendant was found in King's Field near Faversham in Kent / England, a place where Anglo-Saxon royalty was present for many centuries. It is now in the possession of the British Museum in London.

Link to the historical model...

In contrast to the historical original, our replica is not made with genuine almandine cloisonné but with red and white glass enamel. It is also not made of gold but of bronze and is also available in silver-plated.

The cloisonné pendant measures: 3 x 2 cm.
A black leather cord in 1 m length is included with the Anglo-Saxon amulet.

The King's Field burial ground near Faversham is considered by some historians to be the richest Anglo-Saxon cemetery in the whole of England. The artefacts found here go far beyond what was common in Anglo-Saxon England in terms of craftsmanship at the time.

Twenty large round brooches made of gold and silver with inlays of Indian and Bohemian garnet alone were recovered here, whose former wearers are to be sought in the royal environment.

A precious ring sword, an Egyptian bowl, a golden harness and hundreds of pieces of jewellery made of gold and silver as well as the largest concentration of Anglo-Saxon glass artefacts (68 pieces) were found here.

The name King's Field, connected with the rich grave goods, suggests that Faversham was a royal site in the 6th and 7th centuries. For example, King Ethelbert resided here during his reign 560 - 616 AD.
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