"Festive necklace from the Häme region" by Finnish jewelry company Kalevala Koru. Original ancient Finnish jewelry found in Kernaala in the Janakkala region, origin 700-800 A.D. Suppose to symbolize two peacocks, symbols of heavenly joy and immortality, and that believed living in the Paradise. Beneath the birds the Goblet of Water of Life. The upper part, the arch, is believed to symbolize a vault in a church. Pre-Christian symbol of the Paradise.
Viking Age, Iron Age, Spirals, Vikings, Finland, The Vikings