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The bronze pendant (or clothing appliqué) has been found in trade emporium in Hedeby / Haithabu.

This find is a part of permanent exhibition in Hedeby Viking Museum / Wikinger Museum Haithabu.

A tent opened up to become a shop at Tønsberg Viking Festival. It sells a variety of reproduction goods, including pendants, wooden plaques, beads and much more.

A silver pendant from Aska, Östergötland, Sweden, dating to the Viking Age (800 - 1099) and on display in the Swedish History Museum. It is widely believed to represent the Norse goddess Freyja with the brisingamen necklace. For higher…

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A replica of a silver pendant found in Östergötland, Sweden and on display in Historiska Museet, Stockholm. It is widely believed to represent the goddess Freyja. These earrings and pendants were seen in Museet Ribes Vikinger.

Runic pendants displayed on an Oseberg ship-shaped display stand at Vikingskipshuset.

One from two golden pendants with Terslev motif from chamber grave 5 from eastern part of southern cemetery in Hedeby.

This pendants (or clothing appliqué) were found in:

1. Suffolk, England (left, upper corner)
2. Tissø, Denmark (right, upper corner)
3. Truso (current Janów Pomorski) Poland (left, lower corner)
4. Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden…

Discovered in Öland, Köping in Sweden and dating to the Viking Age. It depicts a female figure in elaborate dress holding a cup or horn, and may represent a Valkyrie. For more images of this item, see…

Replica of the Fröjel brooch (Photo: Mikael Lindmark)
A database of Scandinavian and Anglo-Scandinavian female personal ornaments in England. This research forms the basis of the book 'Viking Identities: Scandinavian Jewellery in England.'
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