Ancient Jewelry

The most typical medieval symbol is the crucifix. St. Mary's Cross is modeled on the wall painting. St. Olaf’s cross is modeled on the cross on the back wall of the St. Olaf’s church in Tyrvää. The three-headed eagle of Vesilahti is a cast replica of the Permian design tradition. It had most probably been cast by a woman.
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St. Mary's Cross. Earring. Modeled on the concecreation cross of St. Mary’s Church in Sastamala, Finland. Elk bone, silver. Details in Online shop.

Modeled on the concecreation cross of St. Mary’s Church in Sastamala, Finland. Details in Online shop.

St. Mary's Cross Pendant. Modeled on the concecreation cross of St. Mary’s Church in Sastamala, Finland. Elk bone, silver. Details in Online shop.

Modeled on the concecreation cross of St. Mary’s Church in Sastamala, Finland. Details in Online shop.

Three-headed Eagle of Vesilahti. Brooch. Modeled on the medieval brooch of Vesilahti area, Finland. Bronze. Details in Online shop.

Three-headed Eagle of Vesilahti. Modeled on the medieval brooch of Vesilahti area, Finland. Details in Online shop.

Three-headed Eagle of Vesilahti. Brooch. Modeled on the medieval brooch of Vesilahti area, Finland. Silver. Details in Online shop.

Three-headed Eagle of Vesilahti. Modeled on the medieval brooch of Vesilahti area, Finland. Details in Online shop.

Olaf's Cross. Pendant. Modeled on the concecreation cross of St. Olaf's Church in Tyrvää, Finland. Elk bone, silver. Details in Online shop.

Modeled on the concecreation cross of St. Olaf's Church in Tyrvää, Finland. Details in Online shop.

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