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Viking age brooches, York

Disc Brooches from Viking York. The prime function of these brooches was as dress fastenings. They were frequently made of base metals, as is the case with all those shown here, but they were often highly decorated.

Viking Round Brooch, 10th century, Birka, Uppland, Sweden. 900-1000AD Small circular bronze brooch used by women to fasten the neck of their linen underdress. Classified as Jansson's Group 4B of cast brooches, decoration of four volutes and pseudogranules, imitating filigree work. Found at Birka in grave 762...A small loop on the rear is for hanging utensils or ornaments. Dia 2.7 cm Bronze or brass, iron pin

century Small circular bronze brooch used by women to fasten the neck of their linen underdress." (quote) This is replica for sale.

Brooch with Tenth Legion insignia (bronze), Roman, (1st century AD) / The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel / Gift of Jack and Jane Weprin / The Bridgeman Art Library

Brooch with Tenth Legion insignia (bronze) Creator Roman, century AD) Location The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel Medium bronze

Oval Brooches   Based on Find from Snasen, Norway  Openwork Design  8th - 10th Century  2" x 3"

Repro from Urweg: "Oval Brooches Based on Find from Snasen, Norway Openwork Design - Century x

Viking Archaeology - The Manufacture of Viking Oval Brooches

Archeurope Educational Resources - The Manufacture of Viking Oval Brooches

Ancient Viking bronze brooches.

Various ring brooches of copper alloy or bronze. Nothing Ancient or viking about them - Missy Birgit [[[orig caption:Ancient Viking bronze brooches.

ANGLO- SAXON 'RUNNING SPIRALS' SAUCER BROOCH, ca. 6th century A.D.

LARGE ANGLO - SAXON RUNNING SPIRALS GILT SAUCER BROOCH jewellery 024140

This silver disc brooch (Viking, 10th century AD Probably found on the island of Gotland, Sweden) is elaborately decorated with Borre Style interlace and animal masks. Figures of four backward-biting animals are riveted around the high central boss, itself formed of eight long-necked animal heads.

“Viking, Silver Disc Brooch, Borre Style, Probably found on the island of Gotland, Sweden This silver disc brooch is elaborately decorated with Borre Style interlace and animal masks. Figures offour backward-biting animals are riveted around.

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