VIKING OR SAXON, 9TH-11TH CENTURY  FINGER RING WITH TWO INTERTWINING PLAITED BANDS

(Viking, UK) Viking or Saxon Finger Gold Ring with two interwining Plaited Bands. ca century CE.

Viking Gold finger-ring of 3 twisted wires meeting in flattened section at back (10thC - 11thC)

“Finger-ring, gold, Gold finger-ring formed from four tightly twisted gold rods, tapering slightly towards their ends; these are hammered together to form a narrow oblong band, which is flat and plain. the rods consist of two plain thick.

Viking bracelet. Is this viking? I could've sworn I'd seen this bracelet on Antique Roadshow as one from 19th century.

Antique Victorian Gold Ram Head Bangle Bracelet, Circa 1880 - Nelson & Nelson Antiques Inc and other apparel, accessories and trends.

Earring    Date:      9th–10th century  Geography:      Made in, Scandinavia  Culture:      Viking  Medium:      Electrum

Viking age / Earring Date: century Geography: Made in Scandinavia Culture: Viking

Viking Gold Twisted Bracelet    9th-11th century AD . A bracelet formed with twisted expanding rods, the closure formed with the ends twisted round each other.

ca century CE. A bracelet formed with twisted expanding rods, the closure formed with the ends twisted round each other.

Hatteberg Brooch, Hatteberg, Norway, 9th Century

Hand-crafted Museum Replica Viking, Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Brooches in Silver & Bronze

BALTIC VIKING SILVER PLAITED BRACELET Circa 9th-11th century AD. A c-shaped bracelet formed from three silver rods plaited into a triangular-section hoop, with traces of additional filigree wire between; the terminal formed as a flat plate with hollow piriform raised bulb with pelletted border; the bulb with T-shaped pelletted strap and granule rosette, the other terminal mostly lost in antiquity. Silver,

A c-shaped bracelet formed from three silver rods plaited into a triangular-section hoop, with traces of additional filigree wire between; the terminal formed as a flat plate with hollow pir

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the 9th - 10th century A.D. This type of finger ring is a classic of the Viking age, with an ornately knotted bezel. The bezel is formed as a reef knot, which has been in use for over four thousand years as a symbol of marriage. The ring is made from a single rod, hammered and drawn thinner towards the terminals, which are then tied and neatly wrapped on the shoulders. The ring is robust and heavy, designed for everyday

This a substantial Scandinavian Viking solid gold finger ring, dating to the

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