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VIKING GILT TEMPLE RING PAIR 10th-13th century AD A matched pair of silver-gilt temple rings, each comprising a twisted shank ending in a cupped flower with wire terminals at the ends of the stalks attached to an openwork, spherical bead bisected by a raised band of bordered dots; body of bead composed of three pelta patterns with dots at scrolled ends forming a trefoil enclosed in a hatched border. 30 grams total, 44mm

VIKING GILT TEMPLE RING PAIR 10th-13th century AD A matched pair of silver-gilt temple rings, each comprising a twisted shank ending in a cupped flower with wire terminals at the ends of the stalks attached to an openwork, spherical bead bisected by a raised band of bordered dots; body of bead composed of three pelta patterns with dots at scrolled ends forming a trefoil enclosed in a hatched border. 30 grams total, 44mm

Ancient Resource: Ancient Viking and Anglo Saxon Artifacts for Sale

bronze cross pendant, formed as a series of four loops in cruciform arrangement, with beaded detailing. H: 38 mm

Viking plaited gold ring

Viking Gold Plaited Ring, century C. A finger ring formed from plaited wire, forged together behind and each end coiled around the other.

Silver pendants from Birka (Historiska Museet)

One big and twelve smaller silver pendants with oriental floral ornammental pattern. Viking era, found at Birka, Sweden.

Pendant. Silver. The pendant is in the shape of a male head. Grave find, Aska, Hagebyhöga, Östergötland, Sweden. SHM 16560 See also kulturarvsdata.se/shm/object/html/106604 | por The Swedish History Museum, Stockholm

Silver Pendant Grave find, Aska, Hagebyhöga, Östergötland, Sweden The pendant is in the shape of a male head

Lapis earring. -- Real Roman jewelry : the Romans loved gold and all earring were for pierced ears with a simple wire.

*EGYPT ~ REAL Roman Jewelry for Real Inspiration the *ITALY ~ Romans loved gold and as far as I can tell all earring are for pierced ears with a simple wire

Necklace with glass pearls / beads, from the Viking age. Found in Sogndal, Western Norway. Exhibited at Bergen museum.

Found in Sogndal, Western Norway. Exhibited at Bergen museum. Looks like a dzi/banded agate eye bead in the centre!--statues of Buddha also turn up in Viking grave sites.

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