Cloak Clasp - Large Pewter Viking Norse #130.0754
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Cloak Clasp - Large Pewter Viking Norse #130.0754:
Large Viking Cloak Clasp
The banks of the Oslo Fjord in Norway were used by the Vikings for burials. The richest such burial in Scandinavia is in Oseberg. It was excavated by Gabriel Gustafson in 1904. The ship was built almost entirely of oak, and measuring 70.5 feet long, 17 feet broad, and 4.9 feet deep. The grave chamber timbers have been dated to 834 AD. Two women were found buried in the ship, one aged 60-70 and the other 25-30; based on this, and the name of the nearby town, some have suggested the elderly woman was Queen Aasa, mentioned in the Viking poem Ynglingatal
The design of this clasp is based on the bed posts of a bed found in the grave.
There are five rings on each side to attach the clasp to the garment.
The double hook and eye closure.
The setmeasures 5" x 1 3/8"
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