Viking 10th century silver pin with polyhedral-shaped head, slip-knot ring, and attached chain that is a unique find from Ireland. Another pin was originally attached to the now empty ring on the other end of the chain to form a pair of pins. Paired and chain-linked pins were made in Scandinavia and have been found in Swedish Viking burials. This pin came from an Irish crannog (lake-dwelling) of a regional Irish king. It was imported to Ireland through trade, marriage, or raiding.

his silver pin with its polyhedral-shaped head, slip-knot ring, and attached chain is a unique find from Ireland. Another pin was originally.

The Hon Hoard (gold) / Viking / deposited near Horn, Norway, c.860.:  trefoil brooch top left is Carolingian; torque necklace and bracelet are Northern European; coins have Arabic markings / Viking Ship Museum, Oslo

The Hon Hoard (gold) / Viking / deposited near Horn, Norway, trefoil brooch top left is Carolingian; torque necklace and bracelet are Northern European; coins have Arabic markings / Viking Ship Museum, Oslo

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Dragon heads on the bow of the viking ships were supposed to protect against the evil spirits of the sea. Whatever, it's art.

Repeated for Reference: Viking silver axe pendant - 8th Century AD (Jewelry based on a weapon(

Repeated for Reference: Viking silver axe pendant - Century AD (Jewelry based on a weapon(

Silver Amulet ring. The pendants on the ring represent Thor (Mjölner), Odin (Draupner’s rings) and Frey (the fire steel). Södra Möcklaby, Ölands Alundsbruk, Öland, Sweden.  SHM 7589  Viking.

The pendants on the ring represent Thor (Mjölner), Odin (Draupner’s rings) and Frey (the fire steel).

Viking age / Thor's hammer in the Stockholm Museum.

displayed in the gold room of the Historiska Museet in Stockholm and the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. need to document

Gold braided Viking Bracelet:    The gold-and silversmiths of the Vikings were very adept at making their own jewelry. They were skilled in weaving thick gold wires. These braided gold bracelet dating from the second half of the tenth century. Along with other Scandinavian jewelry is the bracelet found in excavations in Wijk bij Duurstede. Through contacts with the Vikings bracelet ended up here.      Date: 800-850 A.D.

Gold braided Viking Bracelet: The gold-and silversmiths of the Vikings were very adept at making their own jewelry. They were skilled in weaving thick gold wires. These braided gold bracelet dating from the second half of the tenth century.

Earring    Date:      9th–10th century  Geography:      Made in, Scandinavia  Culture:      Viking  Medium:      Electrum

Viking age / Earring Date: century Geography: Made in Scandinavia Culture: Viking

Great design. Ancient Viking bronze spiral ring.

Viking Ring ~ Ancient bronze spirals curl around the finger for this interesting design. This is actually really similar to my engagement ring.

displayed in the gold room of the Historiska Museet in Stockholm and the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. need to document

displayed in the gold room of the Historiska Museet in Stockholm and the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. need to document

BALTIC VIKING SILVER PLAITED BRACELET Circa 9th-11th century AD. A c-shaped bracelet formed from three silver rods plaited into a triangular-section hoop, with traces of additional filigree wire between; the terminal formed as a flat plate with hollow piriform raised bulb with pelletted border; the bulb with T-shaped pelletted strap and granule rosette, the other terminal mostly lost in antiquity. Silver,

A c-shaped bracelet formed from three silver rods plaited into a triangular-section hoop, with traces of additional filigree wire between; the terminal formed as a flat plate with hollow pir

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