Bone Pins Over 130 bone pins were found in Viking-Age levels at Coppergate, York, England.

Viking age / Bone Pins Over 130 bone pins were found in Viking-Age levels at Coppergate. They varied in size and form, but all are likely to have acted as dress fastenings or possibly hair pins.

Viking dress pin of bronze. Grave find, Öland, Sweden. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Dress pin Bronze Grave find, Södra Kvinneby, Stenåsa, Öland, Sweden.

Viking 10th century silver pin with polyhedral-shaped head, slip-knot ring, and attached chain that is a unique find from Ireland. Another pin was originally attached to the now empty ring on the other end of the chain to form a pair of pins. Paired and chain-linked pins were made in Scandinavia and have been found in Swedish Viking burials. This pin came from an Irish crannog (lake-dwelling) of a regional Irish king. It was imported to Ireland through trade, marriage, or raiding.

his silver pin with its polyhedral-shaped head, slip-knot ring, and attached chain is a unique find from Ireland. Another pin was originally.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Pin-head Bronze Shaped as a dragon´s head. Dress-pins of this kind were usually gilded with silver or gold.

David Andersen Pin Sterling Silver Enamel Snake Sea Serpent Vintage

David Andersen Pin Sterling Silver Enamel Snake Sea Serpent Vintage

Spilli placcati in argento, spilli con la capocchia a diamantino (lega di rame) e con la capocchia ritorta (bronzo), dai ritrovamenti di Londra / Silver plated pins, Diamond-head  pins (copper alloy) and twisted-edge pins (bronze)after London findings

Silver plated pins, Diamond-head pins (copper alloy) and twisted-edge pins (bronze) after London findings

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