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Elysabeth Underhill: Period Bead Making at Pennsic

Elysabeth Underhill: Period Bead Making at Pennsic

glas kralen maken / Archéologie expérimentale : un four à perles de verre

glas kralen maken / Archéologie expérimentale : un four à perles de verre

Members of the Dark Ages Re-creation Company undertake an experiment with a charcoal fired glass bead furnace, based on the archaeology of Viking Age Ribe, Denmark. The furnace was built by Neil Peterson, and one method of working with glass tesseri (tile

Viking Age Glass Bead Making

Norse culture was full of beadwork Visit the Viking Answer Lady's website for more info!

Making Irish glass bead https://www.etsy.com/shop/PoLeglassShop  Lampwork jewelry and historical beads

Making Irish glass bead https://www.etsy.com/shop/PoLeglassShop Lampwork jewelry and historical beads

Blast pipe - Burned clay. The blast pipe was connected to the furnace and the bellows, which controlled the air supply. Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden.  SHM 5208:2578 Viking.

The blast pipe was connected to the furnace and the bellows, which controlled the air supply.

The glassbead-owen that we have made in "claymud" (Gunnes Felag written in runes)

The glassbead-owen made in "claymud" (Gunnes Felag written in runes)

9th century Glasbeads bracelet- Historisches Museum Oslo

Viking women adorned themselves with beads of all kinds. these are glass beads dating to the Viking Age and found in Norway.

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