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9-10th C. Ireland. Silver bossed penannular brooch; saltires + 5 collared bosses on each terminal; interlaced animals and billeted pattern; circles + triquetra...

9-10th C. Ireland. Silver bossed penannular brooch; saltires + 5 collared bosses on each terminal; interlaced animals and billeted pattern; circles + triquetra...

Brooch    Date:      early 20th century (original dated 8th or 9th century)  Culture:      Scottish  Medium:      Silver gilt, glass cabochons

Brooch Date: early 20th century (original dated 8th or 9th century) Culture: Scottish Medium: Silver gilt, glass cabochons

Hunterston Brooch, an early Christian brooch with panels of gold filigree in Celtic and Anglo-Saxon styles, from Ireland or the West of Scotland, c. 700 AD

Hunterston Brooch, an early Christian brooch with panels of gold filigree in Celtic and Anglo-Saxon styles, from Ireland or the West of Scotland, c. 700 AD

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects – 26. Balinderry brooch, c.AD600  Fashion transitioning to this from fibular brooches.

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects – 26. Balinderry brooch, c.AD600 Fashion transitioning to this from fibular brooches.

Penannular brooch celtic brooch shawl pin scarf pin by JewelleryK

Penannular brooch celtic brooch shawl pin scarf pin by JewelleryK

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The Ballynolan thistle brooch was found in Limerick in 1836 by John Kennedy as he cleared stones from the fields near his home. On turning over a particularly large boulder, the ground was disturbed and the brooch emerged from its hiding place. Fashioned out of silver, it remains a mystery why this valuable item was concealed beneath a rock nearly 1,000 years ago, or why its owner never retrieved it. These brooches appear to have developed in Ireland and spread to throughout the Viking…

The Ballynolan thistle brooch was found in Limerick in 1836 by John Kennedy as he cleared stones from the fields near his home. On turning over a particularly large boulder, the ground was disturbed and the brooch emerged from its hiding place. Fashioned out of silver, it remains a mystery why this valuable item was concealed beneath a rock nearly 1,000 years ago, or why its owner never retrieved it. These brooches appear to have developed in Ireland and spread to throughout the Viking…

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