The Pitney Brooch - Anglo-Saxon and Viking designs http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/young_explorers/discover/museum_explorer/anglo-saxon_england/dress_and_ornament/the_pitney_brooch.aspx

elfentau: “ ~* The Pitney Brooch (Anglo-Scandinavian, ca. 1000 AD) The main ornament is a snake with round eyes biting the underside of a four-legged animal, which in turn bites itself. The brooch is.

PENDENTIF/VIKING/BOUCLIER/CELTE/TALISMAN/MEDIEVAL/ODIN

PENDENTIF/VIKING/BOUCLIER/CELTE/TALISMAN/MEDIEVAL/ODIN

Viking knives apparently - haven't checked properly to see if that's true (I think there is some debate over whether they are actually the sole preserve of women?)

Viking woman’s knives, another appropriate woman knife. Work in a sheath suspended from her belt or brooches, useful for textile crafts and everyday small chores.

Large saxon disc brooch from the British museum. 11cm diameter, deep engraving and bossed rivets.

The Fuller Brooch is a piece of late century Anglo-Saxon art of unknown provenance. Large saxon disc brooch from the British museum. diameter, deep engraving and bossed rivets.

Bronze Viking Wolf Head Ring Jewel Celtic Pagan by WulflundJewelry, Kč360.00

Bronze Viking Wolf Head Ring Jewel Celtic Pagan Jewelry Jewellery Rings Asatru Iceland on Etsy

The Fuller Brooch,   Anglo-Saxon, late 9th century AD,     The earliest known personification of the Five Senses

The Fuller Brooch (Anglo-Saxon, late century AD) - The earliest known personification of the Five Senses

Gold Anglo-Saxon pendant from the St Mary’s football stadium site, Southamton, Hampshire.    Courtesy Wessex Archaeology

Gold Pendant (by Wessex Archaeology) Gold Anglo-Saxon pendant from the St Mary’s football stadium site, Southamton, Hampshire.

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.

Forged Iron Fibula Pin Viking Medieval Nordic Brooch Costume Reenactment LARP Jewelry

Forged Iron Fibula Pin Viking Medieval Nordic Brooch Costume Reenactment LARP Jewelry L

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