Pendant in Oseberg style

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Viking disc pendant - silver plated
Viking disc pendant - silver plated
Oseberg style pendant - bronze
Oseberg style pendant - bronze
Oseberg style Viking charm - detail
Oseberg style Viking charm - detail
Viking disc charm - back side
Viking disc charm - back side
Viking disc charm in nature
Viking disc charm in nature
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Viking pendant with beasts in Oseberg Style.

This beautiful pendant is modelled on a Viking brooch from Gotland with animal depictions in the so-called Oseberg style (also called Broast style).

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The Viking pendant is cast in high quality bronze and is also available silver plated. Alloy...

The Viking amulet measures 3 cm in diameter.

A leather strap for the Viking pendant is included.

The Oseberg style, also called Broa style, is an early Viking art style in Scandinavia that was common from the end of the 8th to the middle of the 9th century. The Oseberg style appears frequently on wooden and metal objects and jewellery from this period and is named after its lead finds from the ship burial at Oseberg on the Oslo Fjord.
The Oseberg style usually consists of more or less stylized animal representations, similar to the preceding animal style III, but now supplemented by the so-called griffin animal.
The beasts, which appeared for the first time in the Oseberg style, gave the craftsmen of the Viking Age a decorative element whose parts could be arranged as they wished, so that it harmoniously filled every conceivable shape.
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Viking pendant with beasts in Oseberg Style.

This beautiful pendant is modelled on a Viking brooch from Gotland with animal depictions in the so-called Oseberg style (also called Broast style).

Link to the historical model...

The Viking pendant is cast in high quality bronze and is also available silver plated. Alloy...

The Viking amulet measures 3 cm in diameter.

A leather strap for the Viking pendant is included.

The Oseberg style, also called Broa style, is an early Viking art style in Scandinavia that was common from the end of the 8th to the middle of the 9th century. The Oseberg style appears frequently on wooden and metal objects and jewellery from this period and is named after its lead finds from the ship burial at Oseberg on the Oslo Fjord.
The Oseberg style usually consists of more or less stylized animal representations, similar to the preceding animal style III, but now supplemented by the so-called griffin animal.
The beasts, which appeared for the first time in the Oseberg style, gave the craftsmen of the Viking Age a decorative element whose parts could be arranged as they wished, so that it harmoniously filled every conceivable shape.
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