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Urnes Dragon Brooch    Eleventh century Viking brooch with an Urnes style dragon design.    From Vaga, Oppland, Norway.    From the collection at the British Museum, London.  by Thorskegga, via Flickr

asatru-ingwaz: ““ Urnes Dragon Brooch Eleventh century Viking brooch with an Urnes style dragon design. From Vaga, Oppland, Norway. From the collection at the British Museum, London.

Viking Urnes dragon brooch

Viking Urnes Brooch Brass / Silver plating by BaldurJewelry,

Disk Brooch,  circa 600-500, Vendel, copper alloy, gilt. This brooch is from the Vendel period in Swedish history, which precedes the Viking age. Abstractly designed small brooches like these were fashionable until Viking oval brooches replaced them.

Brooch, Vendel Copper alloy with gilding; cm) This brooch is from the Vendel period in Swedish history, which precedes the Viking age. Abstractly designed small brooches like these were fashionable until Viking oval brooches replaced them.

Urnes style Dragon pendant from the Viking age - century CE, Norway Beauty!

Large Urnes style Viking animal brooch, based on a Swedish find. 5.5cm x 6.5cmAvailable in Silver and Bronze.

Large Urnes style Viking animal brooch, based on a Swedish find. x in Silver and Bronze.

Medieval brooch - authentic archeological pattern VIII- IX century found in Gotland bronze - game of thrones (33.00 USD) by medievalcrowd

Medieval Viking brass brooch authentic archeological reproduction of an century piece found in Gotland.

Brooches of the Viking era Urnes Style

Viking brooches: Inspired by nature but not enslaved to 'realism', this subtle style emphasizes the grace and beauty of that which, at bottom, we do not truly understand - but might attain to if we only trust our instincts.

Uppåkra, Skåne Sweden

Bronze brooch gilded with silver showing a bird, maybe a raven. Dated to Late Scandinavian Iron Age (AD Uppåkra, Sweden. (Photography by Bengt Almgren, LUHM)

Viking Hoard ~ The Vеrby hoard, Sweden century). LInk to video inoperable now but beautiful photo above, nevertheless!

Бронзовый наконечник пояса Прорись со следами серебрения. Конец IX – середина X вв.

The scandinavian necklace of the century with a symbol of a falcon that in details was reproduced in the arc of The Rurik Dynasty in Russia, in the earliest times of their monarchy. The name Rurik means ‘a falcon’ in ancient Dutch.

Anglo-Saxon necklace, British Museum.

Anglo-Saxon necklace, British Museum.

Viking Bronze Amulets, c. 800-1000 AD, Found in Ukraine, it consists of charms, amulets and pendants traditionally work by female Vikings.

Viking Bronze Amulets, c. AD, Found in Ukraine, it consists of charms, amulets and pendants traditionally worn by female Vikings. It looks very similar in shape to chatelaines from the and century.

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