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The Borre style was named for a set of bridle mounts from a ship burial at Borre, Norway. The Borre overlaps with the Oseberg and the Jelling styles, periods specific to the Viking age. While the gripping beast remains, the sinuous creature of the Oseberg style now boasts a triangular head, a cat-like face with round eyes and protruding ears. This style appears to be purely Norse with no outside influences. It has appeared in Iceland, Russia, England, which shows Viking art existed wherever they went. Borre was prominent from the end of the 9th century to the middle of the 10th.
This arm ring is made from solid pewter featuring a popular knotwork design found in the overlapping of the Borre and Oseberg Viking art styles.
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This bracelet is adjustable and will fit wrists wrists between 15 to 21 cm, but bending it repeatedly can weaken the metal. It is recommended to only bend it one time to adjust the fit.
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