Saga jewelry collection , created by David-Andersen, Norway, mid 60s. The series featured replicas of museum pieces created by Viking craftsmen, and are true copies of ancient designs dating from around 300 AD and found in burial mounds. This bangle was found in a womans grave in Førde, Sunnfjord, on the west coast of Norway.
The bangle is a wraparound design, consisting of two serpents or dragons, a powerful, magic ancient symbol. The inside band is fully hallmarked D-A (for David-Andersen) Norway , Sterling 925 S and Copy original year 300 AD. The bangle has a diameter of 7cm or 2.76. It is adjustable and will fit most people. The bracelet design is bold with a strong visual impact just like our viking history.
The item "David-Andersen Saga silver viking bracelet, found in Førde, west coast of Norway" is in sale since Thursday, December 5, 2019. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Vintage Ethnic/Regional/Tribal\Scandinavian". The seller is "fencingteen" and is located in sandefjord. This item can be shipped worldwide.: Unsigned