Viking Amulett from Hedeby

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Viking amulet from Hedeby
Viking amulet from Hedeby
Hedeby-Pendant - silver
Hedeby-Pendant - silver
Viking amulet from Hedeby
Viking amulet from Hedeby
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Bronze
Bronze  
16,80 €
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Silver plated  
20,16 €
925 sterling silver
925 sterling silver  
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Viking amulet from Hedeby in Terslev style.

Here you can buy a replica of the amulet from Haithabu, one of the most impressive pieces of jewellery from the late Viking Age.

The original Haithabu pendant was crafted using an elaborate granulation technique in the so-called Terslev style. Our replica, on the other hand, is completely cast in one piece, whereby the depiction is splendidly expressed.

The Terselv style has its origins in Carolingian-Ottoman models that appeared throughout the Baltic region from the second half of the 10th century onwards.

Link to the original Hedeby-Amulet...

Such Viking amulets in Terslev style, decorated with granulated filigree decoration, are also known from the island of Hiddensee and from Danish Zealand. In the granulated originals, small beads and fine wires were soldered onto the amulet in filigree hand work.

Dimensions of the Hedeby amulet: 4 x 3.5 cm.

You can buy this Viking pendant in high-quality bronze or real silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

A black leather strap in 1 m length for the amulet is included.



The treasure of Terslev was buried towards the end of the tenth century on the island of Zealand in Denmark and consisted of a considerable 6.6 kg of silver, including 1751 coins, mainly of Arab origin.

In addition, the treasure consisted of necklaces and bracelets, necklaces and pendants, a toilet set as well as a silver drinking service with several cups and a large embossed bowl presumably of Persian origin. The silver treasure from Terslev is now in the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen.
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Viking amulet from Hedeby in Terslev style.

Here you can buy a replica of the amulet from Haithabu, one of the most impressive pieces of jewellery from the late Viking Age.

The original Haithabu pendant was crafted using an elaborate granulation technique in the so-called Terslev style. Our replica, on the other hand, is completely cast in one piece, whereby the depiction is splendidly expressed.

The Terselv style has its origins in Carolingian-Ottoman models that appeared throughout the Baltic region from the second half of the 10th century onwards.

Link to the original Hedeby-Amulet...

Such Viking amulets in Terslev style, decorated with granulated filigree decoration, are also known from the island of Hiddensee and from Danish Zealand. In the granulated originals, small beads and fine wires were soldered onto the amulet in filigree hand work.

Dimensions of the Hedeby amulet: 4 x 3.5 cm.

You can buy this Viking pendant in high-quality bronze or real silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

A black leather strap in 1 m length for the amulet is included.



The treasure of Terslev was buried towards the end of the tenth century on the island of Zealand in Denmark and consisted of a considerable 6.6 kg of silver, including 1751 coins, mainly of Arab origin.

In addition, the treasure consisted of necklaces and bracelets, necklaces and pendants, a toilet set as well as a silver drinking service with several cups and a large embossed bowl presumably of Persian origin. The silver treasure from Terslev is now in the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen.
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