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Round Birka Brass Clasps

Pair of round cloak clasps, circa IX-XI


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Round Birka IX-XI century Clasp Fibula (pair)

Handmade clasp with chain

This clasp has been designed as a part of the “Anne of Kiev” character, but it will be a great part of any medieval style costume as well.

Norman Birka IX-XI century shield-shaped fibula/clasp. Handmade casting. Historical replica based on original medieval model. Museum replica level.

Diameter of fibula is about 2" (5 cm). Length of chain is about 5" - 5 1/2" (13-14 cm).

Please contact us if you have any additional questions.


  • Brass


  • 100% handmade
  • IX-XI century style
  • Unique casting
  • Chain

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  • Nathalie 02 of February 2014:

    Hello, Would you be kind enough to let me know the material in which this Round Birka IX-XI Century Clasp Fibula (pair) was made. Is it Bronze? Thank you in advance for letting me know, Kind regards Nathalie

    ArmStreet team:

    Clasps and chain are made of brass.

  • Marisa 19 of June 2012:

    Very elegant, actulaly all your pieces are!

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  • Jacob 23 of February 2020:

    Very nice fibula pair, goes well with clothing sporting gold trims. I especially like that the chain is connected to the second clasp by use of a hook, so that the fibulas can be disconnected to remove your cloak without having to unpin the second clasp. Definitely recommend it for use in western and eastern European historical outfits.

  • Theresa Terry 20 of January 2001:

    Beautiful crown! Great communication! I'll definitely be back for more!

    ArmStreet team:

    Thanks for your feedback, Theresa!

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