Verken deze ideeën en meer!

Gerelateerde onderwerpen verkennen

Silberknoten.de - Posaments and jewellery - Birka replicas and variations

Silberknoten.de - Posaments and jewellery - Birka replicas and variations

Amazing nordic/viking apron dress brooch. Dress appears to be done in wool, hand sewn. Well done!

Amazing nordic/viking apron dress brooch. Dress appears to be done in wool, hand sewn. Well done!

Vintage David Anderson Sterling Silver Viking Replica  SAGA Brooch, Norwegian Jewelry Viking Jewelry via Etsy

Vintage David Anderson Sterling Silver Viking Replica SAGA Brooch, Norwegian Jewelry Viking Jewelry

Vintage David Anderson Sterling Silver Viking Replica SAGA Brooch, Norwegian Jewelry Viking Jewelry via Etsy

Bead Dividers replicas from Viking Age Gotland by feedtheravens, €47.00

Bead Dividers replicas from Viking Age Gotland Bronze pair

Bead Dividers replicas from Viking Age Gotland by feedtheravens, €47.00

Silberknoten.de - Posaments and jewellery - Birka replicas and variations

Silberknoten.de - Posaments and jewellery - Birka replicas and variations

DSC07435

A&S 50 Challenge: 50 Replica Bead Patterns

DSC07435

Bronze Viking needle case van Sulik op Etsy

Bronze Viking needle case

Bronze Viking needle case van Sulik op Etsy

A replica of a viking silver cup from Lejre, Denmark by Volundr - Tumblr

A replica of a viking silver cup from Lejre, Denmark by Volundr - Tumblr

: Romano-British pendant It is a particularly rare find for Norfolk, and indeed Britain, in its depiction of a phallus made in richly coloured gold, and is in good condition. Its special significance lies in the symbolism of the object and what is tells us about life in Roman times and people’s belief systems. Phallic amulets were commonly worn in Roman times both as a symbol of sexuality, and to promote fertility.

: Romano-British pendant It is a particularly rare find for Norfolk, and indeed Britain, in its depiction of a phallus made in richly coloured gold, and is in good condition. Its special significance lies in the symbolism of the object and what is tells us about life in Roman times and people’s belief systems. Phallic amulets were commonly worn in Roman times both as a symbol of sexuality, and to promote fertility.

View | Browse Collections | History

View | Browse Collections | History

Pinterest
Zoek