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Viking Raven Ring 10th-11th century AD. A 'Anlaf Guthfrithsson' type bronze ring with broad flat-section hoop with foliage to the shoulders, discoid plaque with incised raven motif with spread wings. Cf. similar motif in Spink's Coins of England & The United Kingdom, London, 2014, p.115, No.1019. 4.17 grams, 23mm overall, 20.88mm internal diameter (approximate size British W, USA 11 1/4, Europe 25.60, Japan 24) (1"). Property of a German collector; acquired in the 1990s. Fine condition.

Viking Raven Ring 10th-11th century AD. A 'Anlaf Guthfrithsson' type bronze ring with broad flat-section hoop with foliage to the shoulders, discoid plaque with incised raven motif with spread wings. Cf. similar motif in Spink's Coins of England & The United Kingdom, London, 2014, p.115, No.1019. 4.17 grams, 23mm overall, 20.88mm internal diameter (approximate size British W, USA 11 1/4, Europe 25.60, Japan 24) (1"). Property of a German collector; acquired in the 1990s. Fine condition.

Viking Woman's Chatelaine with Scissors Needle by feedtheravens

What is the historical basis for this? Need to find evidences. Viking Woman's Chatelaine with Scissors, Needle Case, Key, Earspoon, Iron Knife Amulet and Fire Steel Amulet

ear spoon

“Ear spoon Silver Grave find, Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland, Sweden This ear spoon has a richly decorated handle with a female figure on one side and an animal depiction on the other ”

Viking Personal Implements Carried at the Belt. http://darksuntattoo.deviantart.com/art/Viking-Toilettenbesteck2-290459278

Vikings were quite vain about their appearance. In fact, combs, tweezers, razors and ear spoons are among some of the most frequent artifacts from Viking Age excavations. These same excavations have also shown that the Vikings made soap.

Tübinger Hausbuch: Iatromathematisches Kalenderbuch ; die Kunst der Astronomie und Geomantie  Württemberg, [15. Jh.]

Tübinger Hausbuch: Iatromathematisches Kalenderbuch ; die Kunst der Astronomie und Geomantie Württemberg, [15. Jh.]

Bronze ear spoon, Björkö, Sweden

Ear spoon of bronze. Ear spoons were made of bone, bronze or silver and used to remove wax and dirt from people’s ears. Björkö, Sweden Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum