VIKING FLINT STRIKER/FIRE STARTER, C.900-1100 AD
From a group found in the Baltic hinterland. These accords specifically with Typology of Fire Starters from the Viking Age Norway (http://sagy.vikingove.cz/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Norwegian-fire-strikers.pdf) first example, which the author states "The most common type of Norwegian fire strikers, identified as Rygh 426, "almost one-third of all finds comes from the 10th century". This example is over 2 ¼” (2.33”) in length and in excellent preservation. With Plexiglas display easel.
•Celtic Roman Viking Medieval Norse Scandinavian ancient ring bracelet necklace.