Viking and Celtic Jewelry


The penannular style of brooch goes back many centuries, if not millennia. It was in widespread use from the bronze age through the medieval period, and beyond.

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Three Stone Sea Dragon Brooch
#B17 is adapted from an 8th century pattern found in the Shetland Islands (St.Ninian's Isle, Dunrossness, Shetland Islands, Scotland). . It's about 2 3/4" across and the pin is about 4 1/4" long.
The bronze version shown is out of stock, but I have some in silver with your choice of lapis or garnet eyes for $175.

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Greb Brooch
#1210; A small brooch that would fasten a fine scarf, but mostly for decoration. It's about 1 5/8" across and has a stylized bird.
In silver it is $50,
in bronze, $20.

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Peacock Brooch
#1212; Similar, with a highly stylized peacock. It's about 1 5/8" across.
In silver it is $50,
in bronze, $20.

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Stag Brooch
#1213; And once more with a Stag motif. It's about 1 5/8" across.
In silver it is $50
in bronze, $20

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Chatelaine Brooch
#5153; Styled after Viking brooches of the 9th and 10th Centuries, the loops could function as a place to hang small objects such as needle cases, beads, etc. It's a bit over 2" tall. .
In silver it is $100,
in bronze, $35.


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