Necklace with replicas of glass beads found in Viking graves in Scandinavia. Gemstones in shapes and cuts common at that time, and some regular glass beads resembling glass beads of that time. "Vikings" didn't use necklaces like this though, but tied strands of beads to "spreaders" and attached to their garment. Some belive this was a way to show status. Some believe that your chest was the safest place to keep your treasures.
Quartz and glass crow beads strung on leather cord with sliding loop and carnelian bead for closure. Adjustable
Max length 55 cm (22 inches)