Jewellery / bronze historical jewels
Replicas made primarily based upon historical jewellery. We offer pendants, earrings, ancient and medieval rings, and bronze brooches. You may also be interested in replicas of the pins or brooches used by the ancient Romans and Britons to hold their garments together, the fibula / fibulae / penannular brooch. We manufacture these pieces using the same techniques as our ancestors - the lost wax casting method. You can take a look at some samples of our work (Gormelia - jewellry).
Catalog number: BHJ334
Your Price: 45.00 €
Thin Celtic Bracelet inspired by La Tene culture artefacts.
Catalog number: BHJ63
Your Price: 25.00 €
Exclusive Bronze Battersea Pendant inspired by ornaments on the Celtic Battersea shield (the river Thames, London). The Battersea Shield is one of the most significant Celtic art artefacts found in Britain. It is a bronze covering of originally a wooden shield, decorated in La Téne style.
Looks great on both women and men. It symbolizes a shield that is there to protect your body and soul.
Catalog number: BHJ78
Your Price: 17.00 €
Swedish Raven Bronze Brooch with locking pin on the back. The original was found in Oland, Sweden, dating back to 600-700 CE.
Catalog number: BHJ494
Your Price: 6.00 €
Bronze bead not just for your beard with a tree.
Catalog number: BHJ265
Your Price: 34.00 €
Dragon Bronze Brooch.
Catalog number: BHJ32
Your Price: 13.00 €
Catalog number: BHJ17
Your Price: 8.00 €
1,6 cm, 1,7 cm, 1,8 cm, 1,9 cm, 2,0 cm, 2,1 cm
VIKING SHIP Bronze Ring.
Catalog number: BHJ454
Your Price: 7.00 €
SMALL SLAVIC SVARGA (the Sun), symbol of the God Svarog - the God of Sun and Fire.
Catalog number: BHJ16
Your Price: 25.00 €
VIKING SHIP with Runes Bronze Bracelet.
Catalog number: BHJ36
Your Price: 19.00 €
Celtic Bronze RING Replica of a ring about 2,200 years old worn by a memeber of Boii tribes settled in Central Europe. The ring is yet another example of fine Celtic craftsmanship. The mold for the ring was created using the actual archeological artefact as opposed to a wax model. One size only. It is comfortable to wear on any finger.
Catalog number: BHJ67
Your Price: 26.00 €
An excellent reproduction of Raven Head Thor Hammer found in Kabara, province of Scania, Sweden. Original model was made by filigree and granulation.
Thor's Hammer, or Mjöllnir, is God Thor's magical weapon. The hammer is unbreakable, it always hits the target and then comes back to the owner's hand. The hammer flies through the sky in the form of a lightning. The word Mjöllnir means "grinder or crusher". To be able to handle the hammer Thor wears a pair of iron gloves and a strength belt. The mjöllnir amulets were worn by the Norse seamen and warriors.
Catalog number: BHJ184
Collach Brass Bracelet with Pictish Boars. The design is inspired by the rock carvings in Scotland (Dunadd) created by the Picts sometime during the Late Iron Age and Early Medieval periods. Boar was revered, especially by the Celts, for its strength, perseverance and courage.
Catalog number: SBR218
Your Price: 16.00 €
Reproduction of Iron Age Pendant, practically unknown as the original, from cca the 1st century BCE, is owned by a private collector. Exceptional piece of art that combines trislele (three realms) with feminine lunulae symbols. The original was found probably somewhere on continental Europe (Gallia?) and it is believed it was part of horse gear.
Catalog number: BHJ185
Your Price: 48.00 €
Brass Viking Wolf Bracelet. The design is inspired by a bracelet found in Burg, the isle of Gotland, Sweden, the head terminals are based on the terminals of the Wolf's Cross from Iceland. A beautiful piece of art reflecting history.
Catalog number: BHJ258
Your Price: 16.00 €
Freya Bronze Pendant inspired by an artefact from Revninge in Denmark, 9th century, found only recently in 2014. The body of the figurine is two-dimensional which is often the case, however, the head is very unusual as it is 3D. A small hole through the head shows that this was a decorative pendant. The original is exhibited in Vikingemuseet Ladby, Denmark.
Catalog number: BHJ134
Your Price: 23.00 €
Pair of Bronze Earrings inspired by an artefact from Byzantine, 9th century. The earrings are believed to had belonged to a Viking lady. They are light and they compliment a historical costume as well as a modern outfit.
Catalog number: BHJ150
Your Price: 49.00 €
Great Moravian Jewelry Set inspired by an artefact from Staré Město, Czech Republic, 9th century, consisting of a pendant and earrings. The symbol of Lunitsa, or Lunula - the Moon, is a typical female symbol. Slavic and Viking ladies adorned themselves with jewelry featuring these beautiful feminine symbols to ensure fertility, good luck and a happy life.
You can see the drawing of the original find here: lunitsa from Stare Mesto, CZE
Catalog number: BHJ43
Your Price: 21.00 €
Slavic Lunitsa Pendant Replica from the time of the Great Moravian Empire (9th century CE). The original was found near Stare Mesto, Czech Republic. Lunitsa (Little moon), also known as Lunula or Luneta, is a female symbol of fertility, good fortune and a happy life, Slavic and Viking ladies adorned themselves with jewelry featuring these beautiful feminine symbols. Product and copyright by Wulflund. Drawing of the original find: lunitsa from Stare Mesto, CZE