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A very rare, complete and excellent Viking womans bronze openwork "Chatelain" complete with its original implements, found North Yorkshire. SOLD
A very rare, complete and excellent Viking womans bronze openwork "Chatelain" complete with its original implements, found North Yorkshire. SOLD
A very rare, complete and excellent Viking womans bronze openwork "Chatelain" complete with its original implements, found North Yorkshire. SOLD A very rare, complete and excellent Viking womans bronze openwork "Chatelain" complete with its original implements, found North Yorkshire. SOLD A very rare, complete and excellent Viking womans bronze openwork "Chatelain" complete with its original implements, found North Yorkshire. SOLD A very rare, complete and excellent Viking womans bronze openwork "Chatelain" complete with its original implements, found North Yorkshire. SOLD
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c.900-950 A.D. A very rare, complete and excellent Viking woman's "Chatelain" complete with its original implements, originally found in North Yorkshire and from a Durham collection. A "Chatelain" would have been suspended from a hook on a Viking Woman's belt and usually contained an assortment of small handy tools or implements that were regularly used in the domestic environment. This particular example is of very robust construction with large suspension loop, and ornate open work frame and from a set of tweezers, an awl, a nail cleaner and small borer/twist drill hang. The "Chatelain" and its implements are in very good condition for their age, of good metal with an attractive overall dark patination, a very nice example of this rare and seldom offered Viking artefact,maximum length 88mm x 37mm wide


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