Drawings and descriptions used herein were created for over 20 years by one of today's Jomsvikings. Knowledge, passion and experience intertwine to form clear and evocative images that will help anyone quickly and accurately find clues to the complex issue of the Viking Age costumes. This…
Sequel of a popular Catalogue. After four years since the release of “Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design” volume one, the demand for our graphic collection did not decrease, subsequent editions, reprints and an English translation occurred. Historic re-enactors and enthusiasts of the Viking…
A handmade flute, also known by its Slavic name as Koncovka, in the key of A. It is an overtone flute with only one hole. Similar flutes are known from the oldest times (bone flutes) and can also be used for Bronze Age or Iron Age re-enactment. You can play this flute without any previous…
Elegant everyday earrings. They are made of Great Moravian buttons. Stylish and original alternative to dangle earrings. Casted granulation / filigree. Original find: South Russia. X-XI century. Gnezdovo. Material sterling silver Size approx. 1.5 cm in diameter Height including hook approx. 2…
We Slavs have no one and no reason to apologize for our history and culture. We will never kneel before anyone. Sometimes we only have to apologize to ourselves. We will soon unite in the temple of Svetovid. His sword will save our countries from collapse and burning. GLORY! T-shirt with 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 happy life. Material sterling silver Size 2.5 x 4.1 cm Weight 9 g
Heavy Leather Bracer reinforced with Steel Strips. Designed and made by the swordsmen to swordmen - expect quality materials and functionality. Price if for one piece. Suitable for the Viking Age and Slavic re-enactment.
So called Dancing man from Martynivka Treasure, a hoard consisting of 116 silver items and weighing about 3.3 kg, found in 1909, in the village of Martynivka, Cherkasy Oblast, Ukraine. You can see the artefacts at the National Historical Museum of Ukraine in Kiev and the British Museum in London.…