Glas beads, 30 pieces. Found in Vöyri, Maksamaa, in Western Finland. From Merovingian Period (550-800).

Found in Vöyri, Maksamaa, in Western Finland. From Merovingian Period

Viking festoon (otherwise known as Viking SWAG)

Viking festoon (otherwise known as Viking SWAG) I like the rabbit pendant

Late Iron Age Liv/lībiešu/Livonian beads with wheel pendant from Salaspils Laukskola in Latvia. On view at the Latvian National History Museum in Rīga until march 1, 2015. Brought to you by balticsmith.com.

Late Iron Age Liv/lībiešu/Livonian beads with wheel pendant from Salaspils Laukskola in Latvia. Latvian National History Museum in Rīga.

Eura grave 130. ca 800 - 1050. 128 glass beads found scattered. Round, diameter 5-7mm.

Eura grave ca 800 - 128 glass beads found scattered.

Anglo-Saxon Beads, Dover Museum  Anglo-Saxon glass bead necklace from Eastry House in the Dover Museum, Kent, England.

Anglo-Saxon Beads, Dover Museum Anglo-Saxon glass bead necklace from Eastry House in the Dover Museum, Kent, England.

Beads from the Viking age. Grave find, Björkö, Sweden. Glass, gold foil, silver, rock crystal and carnelian.

Beads from the Viking age. Grave find, Björkö, Sweden. Glass, gold foil, silver, rock crystal and carnelian.

Glasperlen, vorrömische Eisenzeit, NO / Glass Beads, pre-Roman Iron Age, Norway

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Glasperlen, vorrömische Eisenzeit, NO - Glass Beads, pre-Roman Iron Age, Norway.

A COLLECTION OF MEDITERRANEAN GLASS EYE BEADS -  PHOENICIAN OR CARTHAGINIAN, CIRCA 6TH-2ND CENTURY B.C.

A COLLECTION OF MEDITERRANEAN GLASS EYE BEADS - PHOENICIAN OR CARTHAGINIAN, CIRCA 6TH-2ND CENTURY B.C.

Frankish Beaded Necklace  Date: 500–600 Geography: Made in, Niederbreisig, Germany Culture: Frankish Medium: Glass

Beaded Necklace, made in Niederbreisig, Frankish, Glass; Dimensions: Overall: length of string 29 x in. x 2 cm)

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