Medieval Charm "Crowned Heart"

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Medieval heart charm - bronze
Medieval heart charm - bronze
Medieval heart charm - silver plated
Medieval heart charm - silver plated
Medieval heart charm - detail
Medieval heart charm - detail
Heart pendant - back side
Heart pendant - back side
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Medieval charm in the shape of a heart with crown.

This charm in the shape of a crowned heart was made after a medieval badge and bears the words "Amours" on a banner.

The model for this medieval heart charm was a pilgrim's badge from France dating from 1350-1424 AD. The original is now in the possession of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Valenciennes.

Link to the historical model...

The inscription "Amours" is often found on medieval tokens or pilgrimage badges and means love, which suggests that it was used as a gift of love between two lovers.

The heart charm measures 2.5 x 2.2 cm and thus almost corresponds to the original size.

The medieval heart charm is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.

A black leather strap in 1 m length is included with the heart charm.



In the symbolism of the Middle Ages, the heart stands for goodness, love and life itself. The symbol of the heart originates from the stylised representations of fig and ivy leaves found as early as the 3rd millennium BC. In the medieval love literature of the 12th and 13th centuries, heart-shaped ivy leaves finally appear in love scenes, which soon spread throughout Europe as a symbol of love. 
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Medieval charm in the shape of a heart with crown.

This charm in the shape of a crowned heart was made after a medieval badge and bears the words "Amours" on a banner.

The model for this medieval heart charm was a pilgrim's badge from France dating from 1350-1424 AD. The original is now in the possession of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Valenciennes.

Link to the historical model...

The inscription "Amours" is often found on medieval tokens or pilgrimage badges and means love, which suggests that it was used as a gift of love between two lovers.

The heart charm measures 2.5 x 2.2 cm and thus almost corresponds to the original size.

The medieval heart charm is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in genuine silver-plated.

A black leather strap in 1 m length is included with the heart charm.



In the symbolism of the Middle Ages, the heart stands for goodness, love and life itself. The symbol of the heart originates from the stylised representations of fig and ivy leaves found as early as the 3rd millennium BC. In the medieval love literature of the 12th and 13th centuries, heart-shaped ivy leaves finally appear in love scenes, which soon spread throughout Europe as a symbol of love. 
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