Belt set from Ingul


Hungarian (Magyar) belt set from the burial near the village of Subbotitsa near Ingul river, Kirovograd Region, Ukraine. During VIII-IX the Magyars were migrating from beyond the Ural mountains to their present lands. Their way passed through southern Ukrainian steppe where some groups of them "settled" (in fact, roamed, as they were nomads). This burial possibly belongs to some of these groups. Original set was cast from pure silver and gilt. IX century. It consisted of 1 buckle, 7 hexagonal mounts, 10 mounts with rings, 4 mounts with hole, 2 strapends.

*Important: Most cast items are not in stock and will be produced exactly for you in 10-15 days term. Gilted Items could be in production up to 25 days. Armour that not is stock need some discussion first. Terms for production about 3 months.

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