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Early Germanic Glass AD 400-700. Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Kerr. Late Merovingian palm cup. Reims, Marne, France.

Early Germanic Glass AD Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Kerr.

Finger Ring Date: 7th century Geography: Made in Northern France Culture: Frankish Medium: Copper alloy, glass cabochon

Finger Ring Date: century Geography: Made in Northern France Culture: Frankish Medium: Copper alloy, glass cabochon/ glass was as rare as a gem.

Frankish Fibulae, mid-6th century (Musée des Antiquities Nationales, Saint-Germain-en-Laye)

Merovingian (Frankish) Looped Fibulae, century, silver gilt worked in filigree with inlaid garnet and other stones (Musée des Antiquities Nationales, Saint-Germain-en-Laye)

Silver framing.  Late 6th-Early 7th AD Grave 391, Dover, Kent

found among the grave goods of a high status young Kentish woman (Anglo-Saxon) Late Century AD From Grave Dover, Kent

Grande Robe of Queen Bathilde, made of fine linen, open down the front, it has triangular gores, sleeves wider at the top than at the hem and overly long, and a large folded over cowl collar, 7th century, Musée Alfred Bonno, Chelles

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Grande Robe of Queen Bathilde, made of fine linen, open down the front, it has…

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7th century, Frankish, northern France. Finger ring, Copper alloy band?, silver bezel coated with gold, garnet or glass paste

made in Northern France, Frankish Copper alloy band?, silver bezel coated with gold, garnet or glass paste

Merovingian brooch, late 6th/7thC.

spoookyscary: “ Gold disc brooch, Merovingian, probably from Germany, late The brooch is made in cloisonne technique with garnets and glass, adopted from Eastern Mediterranean jewelers by the.

Merovingian Gold and Garnet Swastika Brooch, 5th-6th century A.D.

A square plate brooch with cloisonné garnet design of a central swastika and segmented border with roundel to the centre of each side; pin-lug and catchplate to the reverse.

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