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The Costumer's Manifesto: Early Medieval Jewelry Early Medieval Jewelry

From drawings in Styles ofOrnament by Alexander Speltz, 1904. Click images for full page views.

BarbarianeuropeSpeltzornamentsAngloirishfrenchjewels.gif Plate 50. Celtic ornaments from France, Ireland and England.

BarbarianeuropeSpeltzornamentsNorthernfrenchornaments.gif Plate 51. Frankish and Burgundian Jewelry and housewares.

BarbarianeuropeSpeltzornamentsMerovingianjewels.gif Plate 52. Merovingian French jewelry.

BarbarianeuropeSpeltzornamentsGermanic-frankish.gif Plate 53. Frankish Jewelry from Northwestern Germany

BarbarianeuropeSpeltzornamentsVisigothspainjewels.gifPlate 59. Visigothic religious ornaments from Spain

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