Viking Pendant "Pitney""

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Viking Pendant Pitney - silver
Viking Pendant Pitney - silver
Viking-Pendant Pitney - bronze
Viking-Pendant Pitney - bronze
Viking-Pendant Pitney - detail
Viking-Pendant Pitney - detail
Viking-Pendant Pitney - in nature
Viking-Pendant Pitney - in nature
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Viking pendant In the style of the Pitney brooch.

Here you can buy a large, openwork Viking pendant that is modelled on the famous Pitney brooch, an Anglo-Saxon brooch from the late Viking Age.

The Pitney brooch was found in the English town of Pitney in the county of Sommerset and dates from the period 1050 to 1100. The original is now in the British Museum in London.

Link to the original Pitney brooch...

The Pitney brooch shows two fighting serpents in the so-called Urnes style and probably symbolizes the perpetual struggle of mutual forces. The eternal struggle of good and evil was a recurring theme in the Viking Age.

The motif of the serpent on the Pitney brooch can clearly be attributed to Viking art, whereas the shell rim and the beaded snake line are Anglo-Saxon characteristics.

The Viking pendant has a diameter of 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).
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A 1 m long leather cord is included with the Viking pendant.



The Pitney brooch is designed in the so-called "Urnes style", the last of the seven Viking art styles, and dates to the middle of the 11th century. The name of this art style comes from the famous stave church of Urnes in southern Norway, where magnificent carvings in this distinctive animal style can still be seen today.

The Urnes style is typical of the jewellery of the late Viking Age, e.g. openwork brooches and brooches with intertwined bodies, which can be found in Viking Age finds from Ireland to Russia.
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Viking pendant In the style of the Pitney brooch.

Here you can buy a large, openwork Viking pendant that is modelled on the famous Pitney brooch, an Anglo-Saxon brooch from the late Viking Age.

The Pitney brooch was found in the English town of Pitney in the county of Sommerset and dates from the period 1050 to 1100. The original is now in the British Museum in London.

Link to the original Pitney brooch...

The Pitney brooch shows two fighting serpents in the so-called Urnes style and probably symbolizes the perpetual struggle of mutual forces. The eternal struggle of good and evil was a recurring theme in the Viking Age.

The motif of the serpent on the Pitney brooch can clearly be attributed to Viking art, whereas the shell rim and the beaded snake line are Anglo-Saxon characteristics.

The Viking pendant has a diameter of 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 1 m long leather cord is included with the Viking pendant.



The Pitney brooch is designed in the so-called "Urnes style", the last of the seven Viking art styles, and dates to the middle of the 11th century. The name of this art style comes from the famous stave church of Urnes in southern Norway, where magnificent carvings in this distinctive animal style can still be seen today.

The Urnes style is typical of the jewellery of the late Viking Age, e.g. openwork brooches and brooches with intertwined bodies, which can be found in Viking Age finds from Ireland to Russia.
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