Viking Ship Penannular Brooch/Pendant/Hair Pin

By Fair Winds Jewelry, Barb Baur



1 in stock

Once upon a time, the Vikings sailed the oceans of the world, blending with the many cultures they touched. The form of the penannular brooch originated with the ancient Romans, but the Vikings and the Celts made it their own for their cloaks and plaids. You can make it your own as well with this stunning brooch. Elaborately designed using digital tools, this 3D printed brooch/pendant has been finished by hand. It can also be worn in the hair securely attached to a bun.

Metal/other (Hand finished 3D printed jewelry finished with bronze infused steel)

3.7 x 1.5 x 4.6 inches

About the artist

Barb Baur is a Philadelphia-based artist, maker, and educator. She primarily makes art jewelry, however she has been known to belly dance, repair musical instruments, and sail the East Coast of the U.S. Barb’s artwork interacts with the body and is created using traditional gold/silversmithing techniques combined with modern fabrication tools like CAD (computer-aided design) and 3D printing. Drawing on her time on a sailboat, Barb’s artwork is inspired by sailing vessels, wind, and water. Barb also manages the TaconyLAB Community Arts Center in Northeast Philadelphia and is an adjunct professor at Tyler School of Art....Read MoreRead Less
Media: Metal/other
Category: Jewelry

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