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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Catalog number: FGJ148
Your Price: 45.00 €
Silver ring inspired by a Great Moravia ring from the 9th century, Czech Rep., Central Europe.
Catalog number: FGJ137
Your Price: 33.00 €
Silver ring in the style of the early Middle Ages art of the Vikings and Slavs.
Catalog number: SBR261
Your Price: 32.00 €
Sterling silver pendant of the mighty Slavic God of Thunder and Sky Perun. This pendat is inspired by a real artefact depicing Perun and by illustrations of Bohemian artist Mikolas Ales. Our Perun is wearing a hood as a symbol of spirituality, his moustache is a symbol of knowledge and the Sunbeams symbolize his divinity.
Catalog number: SBR262
Your Price: 53.00 €
Thor's Hammer Silver Pendant inspired by the Oseberg Viking art style, which is documented from a large burial mound at the Oseberg farm near Tønsberg in Vestfold County, Norway. A dragon"s head on the Oseberg drakkar ship bow inspired our design of the beast head at the top of the hammer. The purpose if this hammer is to protect you on the ground (knotted horses), in the sea (beast), and in the sky (Thor's hammer).
Catalog number: FGJ114
Your Price: 35.00 €
Silver bridge fibula as a pendant. These fibulae were very common across Europe. Original model for this jewel was made by filigree and granulation methods.
Catalog number: SBR93
Your Price: 15.00 €
The Gomb - a silver Slavic/Viking button or a silver bead for your necklace.
Catalog number: FGJ211
Your Price: 16.00 €
Sterling Silver Viking Beard Ring.
Catalog number: FGJ213
Your Price: 18.00 €
A silver Viking beard and hair ring.
Catalog number: SBR314
Your Price: 55.00 €
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: SBR211
Your Price: 89.00 €
This WILD Boar Tusk Necklace represents the strength of the Carpathian wild boars, it is crafted using historical method of real filigree that was used by the ancient Romans, Germans, Vikings and Slavs. Similar boar tusk necklace artefacts were found in Scandinavia. Let the Gods and Nature protect you.
Catalog number: FGJ98
Your Price: 115.00 €
Unique silver earrings. Original granulation filigree jewelry.
Catalog number: FGJ97
Your Price: 95.00 €
Unique silver earrings. Original granulation and filigree jewelry.
Catalog number: FGJ59
Your Price: 34.00 €
Silver Viking Pendant. Imitation of the original jewel found in Birka, Sweden, the 10th century. The puropse of these pendants was and still is to protect the wearer and repel bad forces, thus its name. Pseudo-Granulation. If you are looking for a unique jewel, look no more!
Catalog number: FGJ96
Your Price: 115.00 €
Exceptional museum replica of Slavic earrings from the Great Moravia Empire. Original granulation and filigree jewelry.
Catalog number: FGJ99
Your Price: 115.00 €
Unique museum replicas of Slavic earrings from the Great Moravia Empire. Original granulation and filigree jewelry.
Catalog number: FGJ111
Your Price: 195.00 €
Silver earrings inspired by 9th century Slavic jewelry.