Raymond's Quiet Press

Saxon Red Enamel Brooches - SB03

Red enamel simulates fine garnets in this pair of Anglo-Saxon-style brooches, inspired by a 6th Century piece found in Horton, Oxfordshire, England. Saxon women would use a pair of brooches like these to fasten their gowns at the shoulders.

Cast in bronze, this piece is also available with a silver-plated or blackened silver-plated finish. The brooch pin is steel for extra strength.

Pair of brooches: 1-3/4" (4.4 cm) diameter

Also consider:


Welcome to our new website! We hope you enjoy browsing!


Dedicated to King Who???

This is the dedication of The Pleasure Book, “Dedicated to King Ton and Queen Elizabeth”.  They were King and Queen of Atenveldt 40 years ago.  40 years ago.  This month...

Viking Art Styles

Viking art is based on the abstract animal forms from the migration period about 400 AD. The animals were contorted, writhing snakes and beasts whose actual shape is often barely...

Thor's Hammers were rare in Norway

In 2015 a Thor’s Hammer was found with a metal detector on Flekstad farm in Steinkjer, Norway.  This Thor’s Hammer dates from about 800-950 AD.  This is only the 14th...


Stay up to date on all of our latest product news!