Anglo-Saxon Pendant, Faversham, England, silver 925

40.21 €
Availability: In stock 5 - 10 pcs
(catalogue number: FGJ133)

Our Eagle Triskele is a sterling silver pendant that is inspired by a find of a similar pendant from the locality of King's Field, Faversham in Kent, United Kingdom. This locality is famous for finds from the  6th and 7th Century and is an example of Anglo-Saxon craftsmanship. So, this jewel comes from the same period as King Arthur's legends. Triskele is a symbol of "three realms" - Land, Sea and Sky.

  • Material sterling silver, garnets
  • Size 2.5 x 3.2 cm
  • Weight 7 g
  • Bail for a chain 4 mm in diameter

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