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BYZANTINE EARRINGS, X. Century, Viking Rus, silver 925

BYZANTINE EARRINGS, X. Century, Viking Rus, silver 925

Russian crescent shaped silver gilt earrings with cloisonné rosettes, 12th century

Slavic Ancient Women's bird tribe amulet, modern day calls it Lunula or Lunitsa…

Украшения Киевской Руси. VIII в. Среднее Поднепровье.

Украшения Киевской Руси. VIII в. Среднее Поднепровье.

Jewelry of Vyatichi XI-XIII centuries. from Moscow region

Rus jewelry - Jewellery Vyatichi XII-XIII of the suburban and mounds Bessoniha Puzikova.

Replica: Slavonic temple ring, 10-11century., upper Dnieper region, to the north of Kiev, Radimichi tribe. They were slipped onto a headband and worn near a woman's temples.

Slavonic temple ring, upper Dnieper region, to the north of Kiev, radimichi tribe. Size 58 x 47 mm

Bronze temple rings from medieval Slovenia. Reenactment. Slavic. SCA

Bronze temple rings from medieval Slovenia - Temple rings are the most characteristic part of Slavic medieval dress. They are so called because they were worn on the headband, near the temples of a woman or a girl. Most were made of base meta.

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British Museum - medieval Russian silver pendant or earring - Slav (Kiev type), century AD From a hoard found in Trekhsvyatytelska Street, Kiev, Ukraine

When Kievan Rus, a powerful new state to the north of the Byzantine Empire, accepted Christianity as its official religion in 988, the aristocracy also adopted the manners and dress of the Byzantine court

Temple Pendant with Two Birds Flanking a Tree of Life (front) and Geometric and Vegetal Motifs (back) Date: century Geography: Made in Kiev Culture: Kievan Rus' Medium: Cloisonné enamel, gold Dimensions: Overall: 2 x 1 x in.

Viking string of beads in glass, rock crystal, cornelian, amber. Culture of Ancient Rus, 8th - 10th century. Zemlyanoye Settlement, Staraya Ladoga, Leningrad Region, Russia.

String of Beads Glass, rock crystal, cornelian, amber; Culture of Ancient Rus…

Gold earring with enameled pheasants or peacocks, 12th C Byzantium, British Museum. From:  The history of jewelry design | Britannica.com

Jewelry - The history of jewelry design

Byzantine art: Byzantine gold earring, century Byzantine gold earring with enameled bird, century; in the British Museum, London.

English: "Kolty" (singular "kolt") are pendants that attached to a woman's headdress at the temples. The hollow space within the two concave gold disks that compose a "kolt" contained perfumes or scented This "kolt" is decorated with delicate cloisonné enamel, a technique learned from Byzantine masters starting in the late 10th century. "Kolty" were frequently worn at wedding ceremonies; the lilies (center), birds, and seeds that fleck the birds' breasts are all symbols of fertility. 12th c

English: "Kolty" (singular "kolt") are pendants that attached to a woman's headdress at the temples. The hollow space within the two concave gold disks that compose a "kolt" contained perfumes or scented This "kolt" is decorated with delicate cloisonné enamel, a technique learned from Byzantine masters starting in the late 10th century. "Kolty" were frequently worn at wedding ceremonies; the lilies (center), birds, and seeds that fleck the birds' breasts are all symbols of fertility. 12th c

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