A detailed, high-quality Viking brooch crafted in solid bronze. It is a reproduction of the 9th Century silver brooch found in grave Bj 539 in Birka, Sweden. The back has a needle with a lock mechanism and the side has a hole from where it is possible to hang something.
The brooch was found in a female grave and has happy animal faces on it (possibly cats). Grimfrost reconstructed this brooch for the Birka Museum's 2020 Exhibition where a number of graves were fully recreated. The original brooch was carefully documented in order to get the reproduction accurate and reconstructed from the 1200 year old piece.
Link to the Birka Exhibition: Buried at Birka