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Viking dress pin of bronze. Grave find, Öland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Dress pin Bronze Grave find, Södra Kvinneby, Stenåsa, Öland, Sweden.

9th c. copper alloy oval brooch; single piece construction; nine applied knobs; cast masks and Gripping Beast limbs in lattice-work grid; antique repair; back has impressions of the textile used in the casting process; type as Rygh 647; Petersen D type. From Sunde, Oppland, Norway. British Museum, 1891,1021.99

nine applied knobs; cast masks and Gripping Beast limbs in lattice-work grid; back has impressions of the textile used in the casting process;

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I've seen the ancient work of vikings in the stavkrikens, but it's even better to see the work in progress in modern days. Norsk Wood Works Norwegian Wood Carvers and Carving Woods.

Viking combs  The Vikings were very particular about their hair.

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Fyrddin leaned over the wall to look below and a Viking came into view. He released the pole and jumped backward as the huge blade of an axe swung under his chin.

The battle axe we are selling is possibly copied from a "royal" viking axe. It is a ceremonial axe with raised relief decoration of a