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  • Tags: Copper Alloy

Bronze and silver jewellery based on Viking-Age designs are produced using traditional methods and sold at the Viking Market in the Ribe VikingCenter, Denmark. Silver (rather than gold) was the main precious metal traded throughout the Viking World.…

From British Museum Website:

"Dished gilt copper-alloy disc brooch, Urnes style. Within a scalloped border, the convex surface of the circular brooch bears an openwork design of a coiled, ribbon animal in combat with a snake. The head has a…

Thors Hammer Replica_sm.jpg
The Replica of a Thor's hammer was made of bronze by artisan Grzegorz Pilarczyk (

The original artefact made of silver with filigree ornamentation was found in unknown place in Skåne (Sweden).

Viking-age brooch, Norway, at the Ulster Museum. This bronze brooch was made in Norway during the tenth century, in imitation of Irish examples. Its find-spot is not recorded.

Objects found in a male Viking grave near Larne in 1840, in County Antrim. The grave dates from the 10th century. On loan from Duke of Northumberland at the Ulster Museum. The objects include an iron sword, an iron spear-head and ferrule, a bronze…

Bronze pin and bone or antler comb found in a male Viking grave near Larne, County Antrim, in 1840. The grave dates dating from the tenth century. On loan from Duke of Northumberland at the Ulster Museum, Belfast in Northern Ireland.

Viking Age Key
A bronze key with a loop for suspension. 150mm long
Museum number: 1967,0609.1

A Viking comb and a bronze pin found at Larne, County Antrim, and are on display in Ulster museum, Both items were found in 1840 in a male Viking grave dating to the tenth century.

Although television and film often depict Vikings as muddy, filthy…

This is a stunning Borre style Trefoil brooch found in Wiltshire, one of over 20 on the Portable Antiquities Scheme's Database. To view the full record and associated metadata, go to
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