Replica of an Iron Age find from celtic oppidum of Stradonice - central Bohemia, Czech Republic. Height: 10 cm, diameter of a neck: 9 cm. Burnt in a field stove (firing: beech wood). There is used no modern glaze, but sintered natural salt. It has test certificate for using (drinking).
Replica of an Iron Age find. Original is exhibited in a museum of Beograd (Grada Beograda), Serbia. Height: 12 cm, diameter of a neck: 9 cm. Burnt in a field stove (firing: beech wood). There is no modern glass, but sintered natural salt. It has test certificate for using (drinking).
Hand Forged and Simply Decorated TORQUE. Torque (troq or torc), from Latin torques - to twist, is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings, that our ancestors had been wearing since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a…
LH replica of celtic shield that was found in French locality of Bobigny (2nd century of old age). Plywood shield is covered and rimmed with rawhide, forged umbo. Wooden central ribbon. Size: 110 x 50 cm, convex shape. This shield was sold to the University of Sorbona.
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Forged Hand-hammered SWORD inspired by Celtic antropomorphic swords, blunt and constructed for historical fencing. Brenus was a Celtic chieftain who captured Rome. material forged case hardened steel, leather overall length 79 cm length of blade 65 cm width of guard 10 cm width of blade at the…