Viking Silk Cap - found in York in Britain, the city the Vikings called Yorvik. It is one of the most unusual and interesting objects found during the Coppergate excavations. Silk must have been an exotic material in Century Britain.
Viking Socks The Vikings made lovely socks using nalbinding, a technique similar in some ways to knitting or crochet. Nice archaeological examples of nalbound socks have been found, for example at Coppergate in York.
This is a decorated and granulated silver cap which was thought it was sewn on the tip of a triangle viking hat that was commonly worn by viking men throughout sweden. This cap is found in Uppland, Björkö, Sweden.
The Hedeby cap fragment. It was recovered from the upper layers in a well, has been reasonably identified as part of a cap. The preserved section measures x The cap was probably in use for a long time, as the fragment is very worn on both sides.