The Wendel Bracelet, inspired by characteristic necklaces from the Bronze Age (approximately 1000 BC), features distinctive twists that turn in different directions. These types of jewelry are primarily found in Northern Germany and Scandinavia. The original source of this spiral ornament was discovered as a necklace and several replicas are on display at the National Museum in Copenhagen. The replica is made of Britannia metal, which consists of almost pure pewter coated with pure silver. The Wendel Bracelet is also available as a necklace. The original piece is on display at the National Museum in Denmark
Material: Pure pewter coated with pure silver (Britannia metal). Thickness: 0.39"
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