Viking Lovers Couple Pendant

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Viking lovers couple pendant
Viking lovers couple pendant
Viking couple pendant - silver plated
Viking couple pendant - silver plated
Viking lovers pendant - bronze
Viking lovers pendant - bronze
Lover couple pendant - detail
Lover couple pendant - detail
Guldgubbe pendant - Original
Guldgubbe pendant - Original
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Divisible Viking couple pendant with kissing lovers.

Here you can buy a divisible Viking lovers couple pendant that was made after a so-called Guldgubbe and shows a pair of kissing lovers.

The Viking lovers couple pendant is very suitable as a gift of love for lovers, as it can be split in the middle so that each of the two lovers can wear one half of the pendant around their neck.

The model for this Viking couple pendant is a so-called Guldgubbe that was found on the Danish island of Bornholm.
Link to the original Guldgubbe...

The Viking lovers couple pendant measures 3 x 1.8 cm and is made of high-quality bronze.
A real silver plated version is also available.

Two black leather cords in 1 m length are included with the divisible Viking couple pendant.



Guldgubber refers to one to two centimetre large figural gold plates from the Iron Age, which occur exclusively in Scandinavia. The largest number of Guldgubber was found on the Danish island of Bornholm, where about 2,500 gold plates were discovered at the "Sorte Muld" site near Svaneke alone.

Three main motifs can be distinguished in Guldgubber: Man, woman, kissing couples and animals. The function of the gold plates is not really clear, but they could have been votive offerings or means of payment in a ritual context.

Guldgubbers often show lovers embracing or kissing each other, which is interpreted as a marriage or fertility motif or as an image of a pair of gods. The earliest gold plate figurines were created in the Germanic Iron Age from around 375 and continued to be used until the Viking Age, with the heyday of the Guldgubber reaching its peak in the Vendel period between 550 and 800 AD.
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Divisible Viking couple pendant with kissing lovers.

Here you can buy a divisible Viking lovers couple pendant that was made after a so-called Guldgubbe and shows a pair of kissing lovers.

The Viking lovers couple pendant is very suitable as a gift of love for lovers, as it can be split in the middle so that each of the two lovers can wear one half of the pendant around their neck.

The model for this Viking couple pendant is a so-called Guldgubbe that was found on the Danish island of Bornholm.
Link to the original Guldgubbe...

The Viking lovers couple pendant measures 3 x 1.8 cm and is made of high-quality bronze.
A real silver plated version is also available.

Two black leather cords in 1 m length are included with the divisible Viking couple pendant.



Guldgubber refers to one to two centimetre large figural gold plates from the Iron Age, which occur exclusively in Scandinavia. The largest number of Guldgubber was found on the Danish island of Bornholm, where about 2,500 gold plates were discovered at the "Sorte Muld" site near Svaneke alone.

Three main motifs can be distinguished in Guldgubber: Man, woman, kissing couples and animals. The function of the gold plates is not really clear, but they could have been votive offerings or means of payment in a ritual context.

Guldgubbers often show lovers embracing or kissing each other, which is interpreted as a marriage or fertility motif or as an image of a pair of gods. The earliest gold plate figurines were created in the Germanic Iron Age from around 375 and continued to be used until the Viking Age, with the heyday of the Guldgubber reaching its peak in the Vendel period between 550 and 800 AD.
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