Explore Merovingian, Reims and more!

Explore related topics

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

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

7-8th C. Palm Cup Glass Dimensions: Overall: 2 5/8 x 4 3/16 in. (6.6 x 10.6 cm)

7-8th C. Palm Cup Glass Dimensions: Overall: 2 5/8 x 4 3/16 in. (6.6 x 10.6 cm)

British Museum; Early Medieval Europe, cabinet 43: Germanic and Viking craft techniques. Photographs by Lindsay Kerr. 6thC Merovingian buckle, rock crystal with silver tounge.

British Museum; Early Medieval Europe, cabinet 43: Germanic and Viking craft techniques. Photographs by Lindsay Kerr. 6thC Merovingian buckle, rock crystal with silver tounge.

Silver earring, 7th - 8th century, Rhineland, Germany; hollow ovoid sheet pendant; enriched with filigree and granulation; suspended on ribbed sheet cylinder; wire hoop partly bound with filigree; with hook-and-eye terminals; pair with no. 3.

Silver earring, 7th - 8th century, Rhineland, Germany; hollow ovoid sheet pendant; enriched with filigree and granulation; suspended on ribbed sheet cylinder; wire hoop partly bound with filigree; with hook-and-eye terminals; pair with no. 3.

« Norroy la Mérovingienne » - Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives

« Norroy la Mérovingienne » - Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives

Merovingian bead set. Musee Saint-Remi-de-Reims. Photograph courtesy M.Bunker.

Merovingian bead set. Musee Saint-Remi-de-Reims. Photograph courtesy M.Bunker.

7thC merovingian tin plated bronze buckle. Tabariane, Aquitaine, France.

7thC merovingian tin plated bronze buckle. Tabariane, Aquitaine, France.

Circa 6th century AD. A pair of silver-gilt disc brooches with lozenge-and-saltire design and central disc; the saltire with central point decoration, the central disc and triangular surround with garnet cloisons; catchplates and pin lugs to the reverse. Silver-gilt and garnet, 9.15 grams total, 26 mm. [2]

Circa 6th century AD. A pair of silver-gilt disc brooches with lozenge-and-saltire design and central disc; the saltire with central point decoration, the central disc and triangular surround with garnet cloisons; catchplates and pin lugs to the reverse. Silver-gilt and garnet, 9.15 grams total, 26 mm. [2]

Merovingian jewellery from the cemetary at Grez-Doiceau, Wallon Region, Belgium.

Merovingian jewellery from the cemetary at Grez-Doiceau, Wallon Region, Belgium.

6th century AD. A cast plate brooch with geometric panels, discoid eye with garnet cloison insert, trapezoidal tail with inlaid garnet cloison, gentle s-curved leg; pin-lug and catchplate to the reverse. 9.38 grams, 45mm (1 3/4"). Property of a Surrey collector; acquired in the early 1970s. Cf. similar example from Herpes, France, in Menghin, W. The Merovingian Period. Europe Without Borders, Berlin, 2007, item VII.10.24.

6th century AD. A cast plate brooch with geometric panels, discoid eye with garnet cloison insert, trapezoidal tail with inlaid garnet cloison, gentle s-curved leg; pin-lug and catchplate to the reverse. 9.38 grams, 45mm (1 3/4"). Property of a Surrey collector; acquired in the early 1970s. Cf. similar example from Herpes, France, in Menghin, W. The Merovingian Period. Europe Without Borders, Berlin, 2007, item VII.10.24.

Pinterest
Search