This is an armlet from the Viking Age was discovered in Mandemarke on Møn, Denmark in 1847. The twisted Viking bracelet is part of a larger discovery, where several other pieces of jewelry were also found. These finds provide valuable insights into the art, culture, and daily life of the Vikings.
The original armlet, along with the other pieces, is now on display at the National Museum in Denmark, where it continues to inspire and educate visitors about the rich history of the Vikings. The armlet is an excellent example of the intricate metalwork and attention to detail that characterized Viking jewelry during this period
Material: Sterling silver
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