The York Helmet  The most outstanding object of the Anglo-Saxon period to survive in Europe

The Coppergate Helmet: One of only five surviving Anglo-Saxon helmets left and a strong example of Zooamorphic art

Silver anglo saxon ring found in the River Thames near Chelsea. c.775-850 - Medieval era - Wikipedia

BLW Silver Anglo-Saxon ring - Anglo-Saxon art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anglo Saxon brooch. 500-550. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Anglo-Saxon Bird-Shaped Brooch, Found in France; Medium: Silver-gilt, garnets, no spring/pin extant; Artistic traditions that developed at Kent spread through the export of objects, this would have been an export or a copy of an export;

Sword Pommel, late 9th century, England. One of the finest surviving fragments of Anglo Saxon goldsmith work.

This handsome sword pommel is one of the finest surviving fragments of Anglo-Saxon goldsmith work. The pommel's quasi-triangular shell, of cast copper alloy, is decorated with silver panels inlaid with niello patterns and framed with silver strips

Saxon Sword by UlfsHeimArmory on Etsy. For more Viking facts please follow and check out don't forget to support and follow the original Pinner/creator. Thx

Not a fan of the sword, but the sheild is nice. Saxon Sword by UlfsHeimArmory on Etsy - love this!

Benty Grange helmet, Anglo-Saxon. England.

Benty Grange helm fragments, probably century. "This helm was found in a barrow at the Benty Grange farm just south of the town of Monyash in central England.

Anglo-Saxon Helmet: Coppergate

Coppergate Helmet (York Helmet), c. One of 4 Anglo-Saxon helmets in survival. See Rosemary Cramp essay on "Archaeology and Beowulf". This is a Vendel type helmet. Compare to the Sutton Hoo helmet. ''Finds like the Sutton Hoo helmet depicting warriors with spears and swords indicate that violence and conflict were a real part of Dark Age life.''

year old ceremonial helmet reconstructed by the Royal Armories for the British Museum