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Die Adlerfibel von Cesena, 925er-Sterlingsilber vergoldet

The gilt eagle fibula from Cesena, 925 Sterling silver

Buckle | Cleveland Museum of Art  Fibula, Buckle, 600s  Frankish, Migration period, 7th century  bronze and silver overlay, Overall - h:18.60 cm (h:7 5/16 inches). Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund 1975.107

Frankish, Migration period, century, bronze and silver overlay, Overall: h. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund

Germanic Fibula - Medieval Jewelry - AJU

fibula as in rosaries?

Merovingian brooch 6thC, South Germany.

Silver gilt and garnet brooch with a runic inscription Merovingian (South German type), century AD Sometimes (dubiously) said to be from Kent, England An inscription is lightly scratched in runes on the back of the brooch, a common Germanic practice.

Merowingische S-Fibel

Merowingische S-Fibel

Anhänger "Wikinger-Thorhammer aus Hiddensee" mit Kette

Anhänger "Wikinger-Thorhammer aus Hiddensee" mit Kette

2 fibulas (broaches) from grave of Frankish princess, first half 6th century

2 fibulas (brooches) from grave of Frankish princess, first half century

Buckle, 600s Frankish, Migration period, 7th century bronze and silver overlay, Overall: 8.30 x 3.85 cm

Frankish, Migration period, century, bronze and silver overlay, Overall: x cm x 1 in. Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust

Griffin Fibula Frankish (Artist) PERIOD mid-late 6th century (Early Medieval) MEDIUM gold and bronze (Gold, Silver & Jewelry)

Griffin Fibula Frankish (Artist) PERIOD mid-late century (Early Medieval) MEDIUM gold and bronze (Gold, Silver & Jewelry)

Are those garnets ? Merovingian brooch 6thC, France. Marovingian Dynasty, previos to Carolingian, 481-511 AD. King Clovis united all of Gaul, adopted wife's Christian faith. ALady

Merovingian, century AD Said to be from the cemetery at Herpes, Charente, France

Bildergebnis für merowinger schmuck

Bildergebnis für merowinger schmuck

Bow Brooch  Date: 500–550 Culture: Frankish Medium: Silver-gilt, niello, garnets

Bow Brooch Date: Culture: Frankish Medium: Silver-gilt, niello, garnets Dimensions: Overall: 1 x 3 x in. x x 1 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Silver

6th c. Alemannic silver gilt with garnets and niello eagle fibula (13/16 x 5/8 x 5/16 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 2007.226

Bow fibula (garment pin) Frankish, century, silver gilt with garnets, Cleveland Museum of Art

Sword from a woman's grave in Suontaka, FInland

Carolingian sword found in Suontaki, Finland

fibula wittinslinguen - Merovingio

fibula wittinslinguen - Merovingio

Fibulae | Cleveland Museum of Art

Pair of Fibulae, Alemannic, Migration Period, century

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