Tillerman Beads: The Viking-era beads take a step in technique beyond those made during the Anglo-Saxon period. The beads available are based mostly on British finds. The people of the Viking era in Britain were happy to use what they could acquire, and were known to have beads from vastly different time periods and origins of manufacture in the same set of beads.
Viking Glass Bead Necklace, Century ADThis is made of two kinds of glass beads and was meant to be worn by a Viking woman. The smaller beads appear to be Norse-made copies of Islamic glass beads that were blown around gold;