Pendants and necklaces cast in bronze. Replicas of historical jewellery and our own designs.
Catalog number: BHJ296
Your Price: 13.50 €
This pendant is a replica of an ODIN pendant that was found near the oldest city of Denmark: Ribe. Age: 800. Material: bronze. Size: 1.7 x 3.5 cm.
Catalog number: BHJ225
Your Price: 23.00 €
Replica of an old Slavic jewel - Lunitsa (also Lunula or Luneta). IX. century, Great Moravian Empire (first state of western Slavs). Size: 3 x 3.4 cm. Material: bronze.
Symbol of Lunitsa (or Lunula - little moon) is a female symbol. Such jewels were worn by Slavic and Viking women. It is a symbol of fertility, good luck and happy life.
Catalog number: BHJ280
Your Price: 16.00 €
Goose or a Swan - Medieval pendant. Size: 2.6 x 2.7 cm. Material: bronze.
Catalog number: BHJ240
Your Price: 11.00 €
Wolf track - pendant. Material: bronze. Size: 2 x 3,6 cm.
Catalog number: BHJ223
Your Price: 21.00 €
Pendant symbolizing the Sun, inspiration: Great Moravian findings - Dark Ages. Material: bronze. Size: 4 x 4.2 cm.
Catalog number: CJW132
Your Price: 13.80 €
Pendant with the main emphasis was on the stone itself. The size of the stone (green agate): 13 x 18 mm. Material: bronze. Pendant jewelry resembles ancient (Roman), medieval and Renaissance jewels.
Catalog number: SBR372
Your Price: 7.00 €
Lion with a royal crown. Sterling bronze pendant. Size: 1 x 2.9 cm. Hidden bale pendant (4 x 6 mm).
Catalog number: BHJ133
Your Price: 22.00 €
Replica of a viking bronze comb from Denmark. Site: 3.8 x 4 cm. Comb is adjusted as a pendant.
Catalog number: BHJ257
Your Price: 15.00 €
Irish Spirals - bronze pendant. Size: 2.2 cm.
This is a very common and well known motif in many of the findings in Ireland and Britain. The three worlds are shown on this motif as part of a whole. Almost identical motifs were found in the illuminated Book of Durrow, as well as the famous Book of Kells (VIII. Century). Identical motif is included on the brooch of Tara (County Meath, Ireland, VIII. Century) and brooches from Lagor (Ireland). This triskel dates back to VI. century decorative part of the pot (ie. escutcheon), England (Hitchin, Hertfordshire).
Catalog number: BHJ237
Your Price: 24.00 €
Deer - head, bronze pendant. Height: 4 cm. There is no hook for a pendant, you must attach your cord or a chain on antlers.
The stag presents heroism, confidence, pride and strength.
Catalog number: BHJ227
Your Price: 12.00 €
Valknut - viking bronze pendant. Size: 2.6 x 2.3 cm. Hidden bale system (6 mm). Master model was made by old viking jewelry techniques - filigree and granulation.
Well known viking symbol from runic stones (for example: Tängelgårda stone on the island of Gotland, Sweden, VII. Century). It is a symbol of viking nine worlds and is connected with Odin.
Catalog number: BHJ288
Your Price: 59.00 €
Viking Necklace, braided, brass. Handmade.
Catalog number: BHJ286
Your Price: 19.00 €
Bird claw - shaman bronze talisman. A massive, long original jewel of a predator claw, from which you have respect and fear. Similar pendants were worn in the past, but as a real bird's claw. It was believed, that such talismans give strength, provide protection and sharpen the senses and abilities, that are used while hunting and tracking. We believe, that you believe in your abilities and amulets, too. Material: bronze. Size: 6.1 cm. Chain size: 2 x 4 mm.
Catalog number: BHJ147
Your Price: 195.00 €
Skillfuly made braided viking bronze necklace. This product includes a Thor's hammer, terminals and braided necklace (0.3 mm wire).
Mjolnir is a perfect reproduction of a Raven Head Thor Hammer that was found in Sweden, locality of Kabara, province of Scania, Sweden. Material: bronze. Very big with the size of 4 x 5 cm.
Catalog number: BHJ269
Your Price: 14.00 €
Bronze Thor's hammer Jokkum. Size: 3.6 x 4.5 cm. Odin's triple corner - Norse symbol of Asatru faith.
Catalog number: BHJ32
Your Price: 13.00 €
Catalog number: BHJ188
Your Price: 18.00 €
Bronze reproduction of a very famous figure of a Bull from the Bull's Cave, near Adamov village (Moravian Karst - Byci skala, Czech Republic). Size: 2.8 x 2.9 cm.
The cave system was explored during 1867-1873 by archaeologist Jindřich Wankel. He discovered a Paleolithic settlement from around 100,000 - 10,000 BCE. Later a Hallstatt Age figure of a bronze bull was found. The site contained also animal and human, textiles, ceramic and sheet-metal vessels, jewels, glass and amber beads.