You will find all kinds of silver replica jewellery from many different European cultures here. You can compare the artistic styles of, for example, the ancient Celts, Etruscans, and Romans. The Slavs and the Vikings adopted similar artistic styles and techniques, their jewellery has been celebrated as some of Europe’s most beautiful, but let's not forget the Lombards: they also crafted very interesting precious gemstones jewelry during their heyday.
We are especially proud of our wide selection of Thor’s Hammer pendants. 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.
Our jewellers take pride in using the very best materials available and maintaining the highest standards in their work. We believe that high quality jewelry and amulets possess a soul and we create every piece with the expectation, that the wearers will probably keep theirs on for the rest of their lives. We have become one of the world’s leading producers of historical jewellery reproductions and we are trying to bring well-deserved fame back home to Czech artisans.
Catalog number: SBR262
Your Price: 53.00 €
This Thor's hammer finds its inspiration in an Oseberg viking art style which is documented from a large burial mound at the Oseberg farm near Tønsberg in Vestfold County, Norway. The design of the head comes from the Oseberg drakkar ship. 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: 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: SBR273
Your Price: 55.00 €
An Icelandic Thor's hammer, the so-called wolf cross. The original was found in Fossi, Iceland. Our reproduction is more animalistic, the likes of Fenrir, the Viking wolf. Similar zoomorphic pendants were found in Norway as well.
Catalog number: FGJ149
Your Price: 39.00 €
Asilver viking pendant. The Valknut (pronounced “VAL-knoot”) is one of the most widely-discussed yet enigmatic of all of the Norse mythological symbols. It appears on several runestones and pictorial memorial stones from the Viking Age on the Swedish island of Gotland, as well as on artefacts from the Oseberg burial mound in Norway. The enigma of this symbol is its original meaning. Valknut is a modern day name meaning “knot of those fallen in battle” and was introduced by Norwegians who lived long after the Viking Age.
Catalog number: FGJ202
Your Price: 25.00 €
A pendant of the Czech Lion with a royal crown. According to a legend a son of a Czech prince called Bruncvík (Brunswick) decided to gain a more noble symbol for his coat of arms. He travelled the world with his retinue where he encountered and fought various beasts. On one occasion he saved a lion's life by killing a terrible dragon. For this deed he was awarded a symbol of a lion for the Czech coat of arms.
Catalog number: SBR142
Your Price: 330.00 €
This Silver Wolf Torque is handmade by twisting silver rods of different thickness. The wolf heads on the terminals are inspired by the Icelandic Thor's Hammer - the Wolf Cross.
Torque (troq or torc) from Latin torques "to twist" is a common name for all rigid metal neck rings and it has been used since the Bronze Age. Torcs were popular with the Romans and it is considered a typical Celtic artefact. It was a symbol of both religious and secular power, worship and protection, as torcs were worn by gods and godesses, heroes, warriors and aristocracy; it represented a high social status and importance.
Catalog number: SBR418
Your Price: 480.00 €
Luxury hand twisted viking necklace.
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: SBR356
Your Price: 45.00 €
Custom made silver rune pendant according to your design. The rune symbol is hand carved.
Catalog number: SBR184
Your Price: 12.00 €
CELTIC LUNULA, a silver miniaturized replica of an Iron Age pendant (Moravia, Czech Republic). 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 moon was seen as a female symbol in general.
Catalog number: FGJ245
Your Price: 22.00 €
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 protection against the destructive powers of nature (thunder and lightning). The Slavs have been decorating their homes with the Perunika ornaments until today.
Catalog number: SBR450
Your Price: 33.00 €
A Celtic pendant fashioned in the style of artefacts discovered in the area of the largest Celtic oppidum in the Czech Rep. called Zavist.
Catalog number: SBR385
Your Price: 25.00 €
This roman phallic pendant is crafted on the basis of an artefact discovered in Rome (2nd-3rd century). These pendants were widespread in the whole Roman Empire with the largest collection found in the Roman settlement Camulodunum (now in England). This is a fairly universal amulet protecting the wearer against evil forces and bestowing him or her with stregth and virility. Phallic pendants were frequently worn by Roman legionaries as well as children.
Catalog number: SBR244
Your Price: 330.00 €
Exclusive large silver medieval brooch with gemstones fit for a queen. The original, that inspired this brooch is exhibited in the Museum of Stockholm.
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: SBR416
Your Price: 59.00 €
The House of Rosenberg (Rožmberkové) was a mighty Bohemian noble family, playing an important role in Czech medieval history. They owned, among other places, the town of Český Krumlov, whose historical centre is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Catalog number: SBR258
Your Price: 139.00 €
Silver torc with viking wolf's heads. These torcs are custom made, please let us know the circumference of your neck.