Shield boss Telemark, 10th cen.

This shield boss was made after the original that is on display in the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo (Norway). It comes with holed flange inclusive 4 iron rivets.

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Iron shield boss with toothed flange Telemark, 10th century

  • hand-hammered from carbon steel plate
  • 130 mm inner diameter
  • 157 mm outer diameter incl. the flange
  • 66 mm overall height

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