Earrings - historical jewelry
Historical jewelry - silver, earrings.
VEGVÍSIR, meaning That Which Shows the Way, is an icelandic magical rune intended to help the bearer find their way through rough weather. If this sign is carried, one will never lose one’s way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known. Material: sterling silver Size hook…
Replicas of Early Medieval Slavic Silver Earrings from Novgorod.
- Material: sterling silver 925
- Weight approx. 14 g / pair
- Size: 2.8 x 4 cm
WILD BOAR Sterling SILVER Earrings. Wild boar is, besides birds of prey, the most frequently depicted animal in Celtic art. This logically indicates that it had a special significance in society. The available archaeological and numismatic evidence also strongly suggests that boar hunts may have…
THOR'S HAMMER Sterling SILVER Earrings. 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".…
Kolovrat, Sun wheel of Svarog - a symbol of the Sun, life, and the constant circulation of nature and the Universe. This symbol is found in nearly all ancient religions, within the Slavic mythology it is considered a panslavic pagan symbol of the Sun. The symbol can be found in architecture,…
Beautiful typically female jewelry. Lunula (luna, the moon) could signify many things to our ancestors – fertility and growth, protection against evil, a young girl (a virgin) or an enchantress. A discovery of a Roman casting mold, with a phallus and a lunula mold side by side, suggests, that the…
Perunika (Iris) is the symbol of Perun, God of Thunder, the most powerful God in Slavic pantheon. Glorious knights in Slavic history wore this symbol on their chest as it was believed to evoke hidden powers. Warriors wore the talisman with pride, our ancestors also regarded it as the best…
Roman style sterling silver earrings. This design is inspired by a find of an Ancient Roman golden necklace from the 2nd century, the Roman Empire. Material: sterling silver, garnet (almandine) Size: 1.6 x 3.3 cm Weight of sterling silver: approx. 8g (the pair)
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. Material sterling silver Size 1.5 x 3.5 (4.7 cm…
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…
Pair of silver earrings inspired by a historical find from Byzantine, the 9th century. The original earrings belonged to a viking woman. The earrings are light and they fit a lady wearing a historical costume as well as modern attire. Material sterling silver Size: 2.5 x 3.5 cm Weight 7g/pair