This is a replica of an Urnes style brooch found in Lindholm Høje, Denmark.
An excellent example of the Urnes style, the fibula showcase a great beast in battle with a serpent which is generally recognized as an early Christian symbol of the battle between good and evil and often found in Viking age jewelry.

The Urnes style is named after the Urnes stave church in Sognefjorden, Norway. This style was used between 1050 and 1150, the late Viking and Early Medieval ages.

The brooch measures 3,5 x 3 cm and is handmade in silver plated bronze.