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Bangle. Silver, solid cast, with deep relief ornamentation; L. 8.6cm. Found: Orupgard, Falster, Denmark.

Bangle. Silver, solid cast, with deep relief ornamentation; L. 8.6cm. Found: Orupgard, Falster, Denmark.

Fine arming sword from Pappilanmaki, Finnland. History weapon have 5 twin-swords, who lying in lands of Karela nation (Finnland & North-West Russia now). They drinking blood In 12-13 cent. More facts about this sword and big axe you can read on link http://ludota.ru/paradnyj-mech-drevnego-finskogo-voina.html

Fine arming sword from Pappilanmaki, Finnland. History weapon have 5 twin-swords, who lying in lands of Karela nation (Finnland & North-West Russia now). They drinking blood In 12-13 cent. More facts about this sword and big axe you can read on link http://ludota.ru/paradnyj-mech-drevnego-finskogo-voina.html

Символ Сокола и Тризубца в ДревнеРусской пластике. :: Виолити - Антиквариат

Символ Сокола и Тризубца в ДревнеРусской пластике. :: Виолити - Антиквариат

Arm ring from the Silverdale Hoard, Lancashire, England

Arm ring from the Silverdale Hoard, Lancashire, England

Viking Pendant. Gold, filigree ornamentation, Sigtuna, Uppland, Sweden.

Viking Pendant. Gold, filigree ornamentation, Sigtuna, Uppland, Sweden.

VIKING - 27: THE SILVERDALE HOARD - Another Chance Discovery

VIKING - 27: THE SILVERDALE HOARD - Another Chance Discovery

Holger Arbman - Birka I tortoise brooches, graves 845, 950, 825

Holger Arbman - Birka I tortoise brooches, graves 845, 950, 825

silver pendant. Stora Ryk, Dalsland (Historiska Museet)

silver pendant. Stora Ryk, Dalsland (Historiska Museet)

This is a fabulous ancient Scandinavian Viking silver finger ring, dating to the 9th - 11th century A.D. The ring is formed from graduated rods of silver knotted together, the terminals welded to form a complete round ring. This example is typical of the elaborate skills of the Viking age jeweller, of a complex yet iconic design of ring (see here) first introduced to Britain and Ireland during the 10th century. This example recovered during dredging work, is intact and of good stable silver

This is a fabulous ancient Scandinavian Viking silver finger ring, dating to the 9th - 11th century A.D. The ring is formed from graduated rods of silver knotted together, the terminals welded to form a complete round ring. This example is typical of the elaborate skills of the Viking age jeweller, of a complex yet iconic design of ring (see here) first introduced to Britain and Ireland during the 10th century. This example recovered during dredging work, is intact and of good stable silver

Valsgärde 8 ocular detail on helmet

Valsgärde 8 ocular detail on helmet