Garnet charm from Uppsala

Art.Nr.: 0 Cloi-Hoen
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The Cloisonné pendant from Hoen
The Cloisonné pendant from Hoen
Hoen cloisonné pendant - bronze
Hoen cloisonné pendant - bronze
Cloisonné pendant - detail
Cloisonné pendant - detail
Cloisonné pendant in nature
Cloisonné pendant in nature
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Merovingian cloisonné pendant from Hoen.

Here you can buy a replica of a Merovingian cloisonné pendant that was found together with other loot in a Viking treasure in Norway.

The original cloisonné pendant from which this replica is made dates to the Merovingian period, but it was found in a Viking context and deposited in the 9th century.

Link to the historical model..

In contrast to the historical model, the replica is not made of genuine almandine cloisonné but of red glass flow and is not made of gold but of cast bronze.

The pendant by Hoen measures 2 x 2.5 cm and thus corresponds to the original dimensions.

You can buy the early medieval pendant in high-quality bronze or in genuine silver-plated.
A black leather strap in 1 m length is included with the cloisonné pendant.

The Norwegian Viking Hoen Treasure is the largest find of gold jewellery from the Viking Age and one of the most important European collections of jewellery from around 800, consisting of 20 coins, 50 pieces of jewellery of various kinds and 125 beads with a total of about 2.5 kilos of gold.

The treasure was found in 1875 in connection with excavation work on the Hoen farm by the Drammenselva River in Buskerud County. The site was strategically located in relation to travel routes in the Viking Age and the control of goods between the inner parts of eastern Norway and the coast.

The gold was probably buried in the swamp between 875 and 900 AD, confirming that Hoen was an important chieftain's court with international connections. The decoration shows that a large part of the artefacts are Carolingian - i.e. from the Frankish Empire.

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Merovingian cloisonné pendant from Hoen.

Here you can buy a replica of a Merovingian cloisonné pendant that was found together with other loot in a Viking treasure in Norway.

The original cloisonné pendant from which this replica is made dates to the Merovingian period, but it was found in a Viking context and deposited in the 9th century.

Link to the historical model..

In contrast to the historical model, the replica is not made of genuine almandine cloisonné but of red glass flow and is not made of gold but of cast bronze.

The pendant by Hoen measures 2 x 2.5 cm and thus corresponds to the original dimensions.

You can buy the early medieval pendant in high-quality bronze or in genuine silver-plated.
A black leather strap in 1 m length is included with the cloisonné pendant.

The Norwegian Viking Hoen Treasure is the largest find of gold jewellery from the Viking Age and one of the most important European collections of jewellery from around 800, consisting of 20 coins, 50 pieces of jewellery of various kinds and 125 beads with a total of about 2.5 kilos of gold.

The treasure was found in 1875 in connection with excavation work on the Hoen farm by the Drammenselva River in Buskerud County. The site was strategically located in relation to travel routes in the Viking Age and the control of goods between the inner parts of eastern Norway and the coast.

The gold was probably buried in the swamp between 875 and 900 AD, confirming that Hoen was an important chieftain's court with international connections. The decoration shows that a large part of the artefacts are Carolingian - i.e. from the Frankish Empire.

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