Anglo-Saxon Finger Ring

Art.Nr.: 07 Ring Angel
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Anglo-Saxon Finge Ring - silver plated
Anglo-Saxon Finge Ring - silver plated
Anglo-Saxon Finger Ring - bronze
Anglo-Saxon Finger Ring - bronze
Trewhiddle style finger ring replica
Trewhiddle style finger ring replica
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Bronze - small
Bronze - small  
13,44 €
Bronze - medium
Bronze - medium  
13,44 €
Bronze - large
Bronze - large  
13,44 €
Silver plated - small
Silver plated - small  
plus 2,69 €
Silver plated - medium
Silver plated - medium  
plus 2,69 €
Silver plated- large
Silver plated- large  
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Anglo-Saxon finger ring from the Viking Age.

This true-to-detail replica of an Anglo-Saxon finger ring in so-called Trewhiddle style is based on a historical find from the early Viking Age, which dates to the time from 775 to 850 AD.

The original finger ring was originally made of silver and was found in the Thames near Chelsea and is owned now by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Link to the historical finger ring...

The zoomorphic Trewhiddle style design is typical for the Anglo-Saxon rings of the 8th and early 9th century.

The size of the Anglo-Saxon finger ring is approx. 3.4 cm at its longest point and 2 cm wide.

The finger ring is not closed at the bottom, but has parallel ends that overlap each other by about 1.5 cm.Thus, the diameter of the ring can easily be reduced or extended by a few ring sizes - this makes the Anglo-Saxon ring suitable for almost every finger with only three different sizes.

Ring sizes:
S = 17,3 mm - EU 53 - 56 / US 6.5 - 8
M = 19,3 mm - EU 58 - 63 / US 8.5 - 10
L = 21,3 mm - EU 64 - 69 / US 11 - 12.5

The finger ring is made from quality bronze and also available in real silver-plated.

The Trewhiddle style is a distinctive style in Anglo-Saxon art, which takes its name from the Trewhiddle treasure discovered in 1770 in Trewhiddle, Cornwall. This treasure contained the most outstanding metalwork produced in ninth-century England and decorated in an animated, complex style. Trewhiddle ornamentation often used intertwined niello inlays and zoomorphic, plant and geometric patterns, which were intricately carved in silver. Famous examples of the Trewhiddle style are the Pentney hoard, the Abindgdon sword, the Fuller brooch and the Strickland brooch.
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Anglo-Saxon finger ring from the Viking Age.

This true-to-detail replica of an Anglo-Saxon finger ring in so-called Trewhiddle style is based on a historical find from the early Viking Age, which dates to the time from 775 to 850 AD.

The original finger ring was originally made of silver and was found in the Thames near Chelsea and is owned now by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Link to the historical finger ring...

The zoomorphic Trewhiddle style design is typical for the Anglo-Saxon rings of the 8th and early 9th century.

The size of the Anglo-Saxon finger ring is approx. 3.4 cm at its longest point and 2 cm wide.

The finger ring is not closed at the bottom, but has parallel ends that overlap each other by about 1.5 cm.Thus, the diameter of the ring can easily be reduced or extended by a few ring sizes - this makes the Anglo-Saxon ring suitable for almost every finger with only three different sizes.

Ring sizes:
S = 17,3 mm - EU 53 - 56 / US 6.5 - 8
M = 19,3 mm - EU 58 - 63 / US 8.5 - 10
L = 21,3 mm - EU 64 - 69 / US 11 - 12.5

The finger ring is made from quality bronze and also available in real silver-plated.

The Trewhiddle style is a distinctive style in Anglo-Saxon art, which takes its name from the Trewhiddle treasure discovered in 1770 in Trewhiddle, Cornwall. This treasure contained the most outstanding metalwork produced in ninth-century England and decorated in an animated, complex style. Trewhiddle ornamentation often used intertwined niello inlays and zoomorphic, plant and geometric patterns, which were intricately carved in silver. Famous examples of the Trewhiddle style are the Pentney hoard, the Abindgdon sword, the Fuller brooch and the Strickland brooch.
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