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: FGJ48
Your Price: 68.00 €
Pseudo-Granulated Silver Viking Lunula from Birka, Sweden, circa 1050 CE.
Catalog number: FGJ108
Your Price: 55.00 €
Replicas of Sterling Silver ROMAN EMPIRE EARRINGS with Carnelian, the original artefact dating back to the 2nd-3rd century CE. On request we can set the earrings with hessonite, a honey coloured type of garnet. Ancient Romans and Indians frequently used hessonite as they believed it averts evil.
Catalog number: FGJ103
Your Price: 67.00 €
WILD BOAR TUSK talisman. The silver crown is handcrafted using the ancient technique of granulation which is thought to have its origins in Sumer about 5,000 years ago. The method was made famous by Etruscans living in present-day Italy, in part due to the mysteries surrounding the process of covering a surface in granules of precious metal.
Catalog number: FGJ116
Your Price: 65.00 €
A luxurious silver Celtic pendant inspired by the ornaments of the so-called Battersea shield, found in the river Thames (England). The jewel may be worn by both men and women, its symbolism is clear - protection against everything of low energy in order for the soul and body to remain pure.
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.
Catalog number: SBR210
Your Price: 115.00 €
This Boar Tusk pendant represents the strength of the Carpathian wild boars (the origin of these boar tusks). It is created using an ancient method of real granulation, the technique that is thought to have its origins in Sumer about 5,000 years ago, and using the filigree metalwork which archeologists think is part of jelewery making since 3,000 BCE. Let the Gods and Mother Nature protect you.
Catalog number: FGJ57
Your Price: 115.00 €
Large and heavy Silver Viking Pendant (pseudo-filigree and pseudo-granulated).
Catalog number: FGJ36
Your Price: 115.00 €
Thor's Hammer from Hedeby, German-Danish border area, the 10th century, in a shape of a predator or dragon claw. Pseudo-Granulation.
Catalog number: FGJ34
Your Price: 50.00 €
One of the few Thor´s hammers available on the internet, that are not made by casting but completely hand crafted, method of fiilgree was used.
Catalog number: FGJ20
Your Price: 130.00 €
Silver earrings with garnet.
Catalog number: FGJ61
No piece of jewellery is ordinary and the most valuable of them should fulfill at least the following criteria: high quality of craftsmanship, careful choice of materials and an original and interesting design. We dare say this jewel meets them all and has even more. It contains history and a soul that has been infused into it around the year 1000 CE on the Baltic island of Gotland (Sweden), where the pendant was crafted as a part of a large necklace.
Archaeologists believe the silver used for the necklace was imported from the Slavic countries and the crystals from Persia (Basra) or the Alpine areas, Persia being a more likely place of origin. Crystal is a symbol of nobility, purity and magical beauty. Time passes but in this case the beauty remains. This piece will be appreciated by women whether they are deeply interested in history or not, moreover, it will never succumb to fashion trends.
Catalog number: FGJ104
Your Price: 69.00 €
A pair of silver earrings. A necklace from Visby, Gotland, Sweden (approx. 1000 CE) served as an inspiration for this beautiful piece of craftsmanship. These earrings are one of our most prestigious products. Each crystal ball is fitted with a silver belt with cast granulation. We have selected the highest quality crystals.
Catalog number: FGJ122
Your Price: 45.00 €
The Great Moravia Empire inspired jewel. Lada is Slavic Goddess of harmony, merriment, youth, love and beauty. The Price is per item without a gemstone. YOU CAN SELECT A GEMSTONE FROM OUR OFFER - 7 mm cabochon.
Catalog number: FGJ138
Your Price: 42.00 €
Silver Slavic earrings inspired by an art style of the Moravia Magna Empire (9th century) and the symbolism of Lada, the Slavic Goddess of harmony, merriment, youth, love and beauty. These earrings can be also used in a set with our Lada necklace.
Catalog number: FGJ113
Your Price: 29.00 €
A replica of an old Slavic jewel - Lunitsa (also Lunula or Luneta). Casted granulation and filigree. The original was found near the town of Staré Město (Old Town), the Great Moravian Empire (first state of Western Slavs), today the Czech Rep, 9th century. The 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 a happy life. Product and copyright by Wulflund.
Drawing of the original find:
Catalog number: FGJ139
Your Price: 36.00 €
Silver Slavic earrings inspired by an art style of the Moravia Magna Empire (9th century). These earrings can also be worn as a set with our Lunitsa necklace. 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. Product and copyright by Wulflund.
Catalog number: SBR552
Your Price: 95.00 €
Merovingian Silver and Garnet Cicada Brooch, beautiful and accurate replica of a silver brooch dating back to the 5th century. Merovingians were a Frankish dynasty that ruled the Franks for nearly 300 years in a region known in Latin as Francia, beginning in the middle of the 5th century. They gained power at the time of the fall of the Roman Empire.
Catalog number: JWA44
Your Price: 17.00 €
Italian sterling silver chain - suitable for men.
Catalog number: FGJ134
Your Price: 37.00 €
Sterling Silver Lunula based on a find from Moravia Magna - Nitra, the 9th century, Slovakia. 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 fortune and happiness.
You have a choice to select from different gemstones eg. ruby and sapphire from Burma - please see details.