Carrick Pictish Rogart Brooch

Carrick Pictish Rogart Brooch

This brooch is inspired by the one of the mysterious silver Pictish penannular brooches discovered as part of a Viking hoard in Rogart, Sutherland, in the far north of Scotland. The style of brooch dates to sometime in the eight century, and it was discovered in 1868 by workmen building a railway. Most of the hoard has been lost since. The original from which this was inspired is now kept in the National Museum of Scotland.

Top quality silver-plated pewter jewelry. Available in highly polished silver or antique silver (matte).

Featuring vibrant imitation gemstone of your choice.

W68.5mm x H66.5mm

Hand-cast and finished in our Glasgow workshop, by our highly trained craftsmen.


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