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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.…

A plate brooch representing a prowed ship, from a Viking-Age grave inLillevang in Bornholm, Denmark.For a higher-resolution image see

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Soapstone amulets found in excavations of a house and marketplace in Ribe, as well as an amber axe. Details about the exhibition can be found at

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Assorted luxury items, including beads and jewellery from excavations in Ribe. Details about the exhibition can be found at

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A copy of a Viking-Age silver pendant excavated at Ribe, and interpreted as representing Odin. Details about the exhibition can be found at

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Beads from the period c.700-850 excavated from Ribe Marketplace, and demonstrating the development in styles. Details about the exhibition can be found at

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…

A sliver replica of an Urnes style brooch, similar to brooches found at Ribe and Lindholm H

A silver brooch based on Viking Age depictions of Valkyries. If you know the original(s) it is based on, please let us know.

A brooch based on the common Viking-Age trefoil brooch type.

Brooch, based on the larger of the (destroyed) Pre-Viking Golden Horns of Gallehus.

Based on the Late Viking Age Urnes-Style Pitney Brooch (in the British Museum).

Based on the design on the Mask Stone from Aarhus (Rune stone DR 66).

A series of brooches and jewellery based on Viking Age motifs and original artefacts.
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