Jewellery / silver jewels
Hundreds of silver jewellery items in stock, of all shapes and colors. Our replicas of ancient granulated and filigree jewels are true treasures. We have designs that hark back to Great Moravia and classical antiquity, as well as Viking adornments for the adventurous at heart. Time travellers will also surely appreciate our medieval necklaces and rings with gemstones.
We also have a wide selection of modern jewellery, including some that purely stems from our designers’ imagination, and timeless creations inspired by nature, outer space, and even the contemporary industrial environment. We particularly specialize in jewellery made with enchanting green Czech moldavites.
Sterling silver jewels - ancient (Celtic and Roman jewellery), medieval (Viking, Dark Ages) and modern (fantasy - fairy) necklaces, earrings, pins, bracelets and rings.
We are one of the oldest European shops that sells historical jewelry replicas. After many years of import and export these jewels now we have our own jewelry workshop (Wulflund Jewelry) and we produce perfect replicas of jewels. Our motto is that the jewel should have a soul and that our customer will wear such jewel until the end of life. For these reasons expect from us "The Jewel" which beauty will never fade.
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You will find all kinds of silver replica jewellery from the many different historical cultures of Europe here with us. Will you spot the differences in artistic styles among the ancient Celts, and the Etruscans, Romans and other classical cultures? The Slavs and the Vikings had similar styles and their jewellry has been celebrated as some of Europe’s most beautiful, but don’t forget the Lombards: they also made very interesting ornaments set with precious gems during their heyday. While it’s really hard to choose among these treasures, we are especially proud of our wide selection of pieces depicting Thor’s Hammer (Mjölnir,Mjollnir). We also manufacture medieval, Renaissance and Baroque jewellery. We play with shapes and forms and love to get inspired by historical treasures in order to create truly original designer pieces that partake of the thrill of authentic historical discoveries.
Our jewellers take pride in using the very best materials available and maintaining the highest standards in their work. They understand that a good talisman has to have its own soul, so they make every piece with the expectation that wearers will probably keep them on their bodies for the rest of their lives. At this point we have become one of the world’s leading producers of reproductions of historical jewellery and we are trying to bring well-deserved fame back home to our Czech artisans.
Historical jewelry - silver, earrings.
Silver bracelets - historical jewelry. Roman, Greek, Celtic, Viking, Medieval, Renaissance.
Silver rings with animal (wolf, snake, cat, raven, dragon, etc.) and plant motifs. Celtic, Viking, Medieval.
Torcs, necklaces - silver.
Original designs inspired by mythology (Celtic and Nordic), nature (animals, the Green Man), fantasy styles (unicorns, wizards, fairies, dragons), Wicca (pentacles), history, or the Far East made into silver jewellery. This is the right address if you are seeking Pagan jewellery for the 21st century.
We are manufacturers and direct importers of these items and we attempt to keep most of what we sell constantly in stock in our warehouse. For merchants we offer very attractive wholesale prices.
Silver earrings with animal, nature (leaves) and Celtic motifs: triskeles, Trees of Life, and spirals. You’ll find just what you’ve looking for in our earring selection.
Silver necklaces with precious or semiprecious gemstones, or without them.
Gift sets of silver jewellery - earrings, pendants, bracelets, rings and necklaces embedded in jewellery boxes make ideal gifts for birthdays, graduations or the birth of a child.
Silver jewellery inspired by the culture and mythology of the powerful ancient empires: ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, and Persia. Pendants of the Gods, sacred animals and symbols.
Art Nouveau (Sezession, Jugendstil). Art Nouveau really showcased ornamentalism, and luxuriated in natural colors and forms. Our Art Nouveau jewellery is inspired by several of the different streams that flowed into this movement. For example, we draw upon Czech Art Nouvau (secesse), whose most famous representative was Alfons Mucha, as well as Scottish Art Nouveau as developed by the architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 - 1928) who was the most famous representative of British Art Nouveau. Mackintosh primarily worked in Glasgow, where he founded the collaborative artists’ group “The Four” which was influential in the “Glasgow School” movement. Art Nouveau was also influenced by industrialism and Japanese design.
The Nautilus collection of silver jewellery will excite anyone who loves the water. Fishermen will be delighted by silver fish pendants. We have a wide selection of jewellery that relates to diving, the sea (lighthouses, sea creatures, sharks) and to yachting (boats,tillers).
Silver pendants representing astrological signs will probably never go out of style and can’t be left out of our collection. We find their origin some 3000 years back in the Babylonian Empire, then there was a great expansion of zodiac symbolism in the Hellenistic period. The Romans then adopted this system and we have inherited it from them.
Museum Silver Replica Jewelry - Byzantine and Migration Period Jewelry, Medieval and Slavic jeweld, Antique Jewelry, Roman Empire Jewelry.
Filigree and granulation are some of the oldest goldsmithing techniques. The techniques used are twisting silver or golden wires (Latin: filum) and soldring tiny beads made from the same precious metal onto the surface of the piece of jewellery. This is a very complicated technique that relatively few jewellers in any one culture have ever mastered. The basic methods were developed by ancient civilizations such as the Mesopotamians, Greeks, and Etruscans. Filigree and granulated jewellery remained popular in the Roman empire, was also eagerly sought after by the Anglo-Saxons, Slavs and Vikings, and remained popular throughout the Middle Ages. We still utilize these authentically ancient goldsmithing techniques to make our own models which will bring a little of this history home to you.
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