Viking Chain End - Oseberg

Art.Nr.: 07 Head Ose
from 15,12 €
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Viking chain end cap - silver plated
Viking chain end cap - silver plated
Viking chain end cap - bronze
Viking chain end cap - bronze
Viking chain end cap - from the side
Viking chain end cap - from the side
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Chain end caps in shape of a Viking dragon head.

That pair of remarkable Viking dragon heads was made after a historical model from the famous ship burial of Oseberg / Norway and can be used as a cap to connect two ends of a chain or cord.

Chain ends in the shape of animal heads are not inventions of modern times, but already known from several localities of the Vikings era.


To connect two end caps a small round ring, an S-hook, or omega-hook can be used and and hook a pendant into it very well.

The dragon head end cap measures: 2.5 x 1.5 cm.
The hole diameter is 0.5 cm wide.

The Viking chain ends are made from quality bronze and also available in real silver-plated.

The price is for a pair.
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Chain end caps in shape of a Viking dragon head.

That pair of remarkable Viking dragon heads was made after a historical model from the famous ship burial of Oseberg / Norway and can be used as a cap to connect two ends of a chain or cord.

Chain ends in the shape of animal heads are not inventions of modern times, but already known from several localities of the Vikings era.


To connect two end caps a small round ring, an S-hook, or omega-hook can be used and and hook a pendant into it very well.

The dragon head end cap measures: 2.5 x 1.5 cm.
The hole diameter is 0.5 cm wide.

The Viking chain ends are made from quality bronze and also available in real silver-plated.

The price is for a pair.
15.12

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