This necklace features a very special and rare artifact from the Viking Age (8th – 11th century) and was recovered in Estonia from the Baltic sea, a favorite place of the Vikings. I in turn purchased it from a collector. It is called a bronze braided Scandinavian ring and still has the olive green, gray and dark bronze patina colors. I wrapped it using antique bronze colored copper wire. The necklace features two different shaped Baltic Cognac Amber beads from Lithuania, olive and rough shaped and Plum Blossom Jade beads. The toggle clasp is patina copper made in Mykonos, Greece.
Approximately 23 inches (58.4 cm) long.