Rafael van Miramonte

Rafael van Miramonte

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Viking vambraces by carlviking on DeviantArt

A pair of viking vambraces. The metal parts are purchased, I made the fabric and leather parts and assembly. Each one is made with a superposition of three layers of boiled wool, one layer of thick.

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Vikingstyle jewelery.

Studio - Each item is made and processed manually to provide the best value and experience of a top grade product Handwork of a devoted craftsman makes every item an exclusive piece of delight with its own traits of individuality!

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The word "Viking" entered the Modern English language in 1807, at a time of growing nationalism and empire building. In the decades that followed, enduring stereotypes about Vikings developed, such as wearing horned helmets and belonging to a society where only men wielded high status.

The word "Viking" entered the Modern English language in 1807, at a time of growing nationalism and empire building. In the decades that followed, enduring stereotypes about Vikings developed, such as wearing horned helmets and belonging to a society where only men wielded high status.

The older type of Lur, named after the more recent type, is made of bronze, dates to the Bronze Age and was often found in pairs, deposited in bogs, mainly in Denmark and Germany. It consists of a mouthpiece and several pieces and/or pipes. Its length can reach between 1.5 meters and 2 meters. It has been found in Norway, Denmark, South Sweden, and Northern Germany. Illustrations of lurs have also been found on several rock paintings in Scandinavia.Lur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a bronze lur, an instrument that originated in the Bronze Age and was usual in countries such as Denmark, Germany and Scandinavia. It was a militar instrument used to frighten the enemy.