These fibulae, of Scandinavian origin, possibly Norwegian, were found at Pîtres, in the Eure département, in the single tomb of a female Viking found south of the Rhine. In the Musée départemental des Antiquités de Rouen, Seine-Maritime, inv. 1251.
Viking age comb made of bone/antler found in York (in the Viking age called Jorvik), UK. These objects were certainly prized possessions, as protective cases specially made for them have also been found.
Forskellige typer kæde fra vikingetiden (dog ikke alle varianter). Alle er fundet i Sverige.
9th-11th century AD. A Viking penannular bracelet formed as a central square-section twisted silver bar developing to flat, sub-triangular finials with 'opposed triangles' punched decoration; the ends folded back and clubbed. 41 grams, 74 mm (3").
Collection of Viking age items from Ardvouray. Photo credit - British Museum
VIKING GOLD FILIGREE BUCKET PENDANT 9th-11th century AD A gold pendant with domed bottom, flat-section wall and filigree handle, ornamented with granulation and filigree detailing. 2.22 grams, 15mm
A unique 10th century C.E. gold-plated brooch from the Bryansk area, south-east Russia.