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Triskelion Necklace
Triskelion Necklace
Triskelion Necklace
Triskelion Necklace
Triskelion Necklace
Triskelion Necklace
Triskelion Necklace
$294.95

Facets Inc
M 143 / F 61375 G

Sutton Hoo Triskelion Necklace

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The famous 6th century Triskelion Brooch, as shown in Anglo Saxon collection in British Museum in London, is remarkably reproduced in this vermeil pin, pendant and earrings. Crafted totally by hand as done in the ancient times. The Cloisonne motif is three whirling arms in the form of birds' heads. The eyes of the birds, as well as the eye of the brooch itself, are deep-red garnet. Size: 1 1/2 inches diameter. Includes 14" braided chain. Pendant size: 1 3/4 inches.  Total length 14 inches.

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Made By Hand

Every museum creation is an original work of art. Each piece of jewelry is handmade by master artisans from historical designs - each accessory shaped, detailed and embellished using the same age-old techniques as have goldsmiths and lapidaries through the ages.

With Natural, Ethically Sourced Materials

Recycled metals. Conflict free diamonds and natural gemstones sourced directly from the mines. We've taken great care to create a supply chain that we feel good about, so you can too.

Free shipping

Free Shipping anywhere in the USA.

$9.99 Shipping worldwide

Hassle free returns

Send it back within 30 days receive a full refund, no questions asked.

Need Help?

Call us toll free at 800-835-2700

or email us.

Made By Hand

Every museum creation is an original work of art. Each piece of jewelry is handmade by master artisans from historical designs - each accessory shaped, detailed and embellished using the same age-old techniques as have goldsmiths and lapidaries through the ages.

With Natural, Ethically Sourced Materials

Recycled metals. Conflict free diamonds and natural gemstones sourced directly from the mines. We've taken great care to create a supply chain that we feel good about, so you can too.

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Dominic Cochran
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I purchased this as a gift on the basis that it was an item from the Sutton Hoo burial since this was significant for me and the recipient. After I handed the gift over I tried to find a record of the original item in the British Museum and found none. I contacted the seller and asked for evidence that it had come from Sutton Hoo. She assured me that it was from the Sutton Hoo collection based on a photograph she had taken in the British Museum 30 years ago. I was not convinced and spent time doing my own research and eventually found the original in the British Museum, a separate find and nothing to do with Sutton Hoo. The seller offered my money back if I returned the item which was a poor offer for something that had been given as a gift and would require transatlantic postage to return.
I would add that when I purchased this I felt secure that a Museum would be a reliable seller with a reputation to defend. I subsequently realised that "the Museum of Jewelry" is not a museum so the name itself is misleading.

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Dominic Cochran
Misleading description

I purchased this as a gift on the basis that it was an item from the Sutton Hoo burial since this was significant for me and the recipient. After I handed the gift over I tried to find a record of the original item in the British Museum and found none. I contacted the seller and asked for evidence that it had come from Sutton Hoo. She assured me that it was from the Sutton Hoo collection based on a photograph she had taken in the British Museum 30 years ago. I was not convinced and spent time doing my own research and eventually found the original in the British Museum, a separate find and nothing to do with Sutton Hoo. The seller offered my money back if I returned the item which was a poor offer for something that had been given as a gift and would require transatlantic postage to return.
I would add that when I purchased this I felt secure that a Museum would be a reliable seller with a reputation to defend. I subsequently realised that "the Museum of Jewelry" is not a museum so the name itself is misleading.

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