Brooch based on the statue of the Uta at Naumburg Cathedral.
This exceptionally beautiful, high medieval brooch is based on the famous statue of Uta, one of the founding figures at Naumburg Cathedral.
Jewelry in the form of brooches was an elementary part of historical clothing throughout the Middle Ages.
In courtly attire they were often elaborately designed and preciously decorated.
Such brooches were worn by men and women in large parts of Europe in the high Middle Ages, from the 12th to the 14th century, in order to close the neckline of medieval clothing.
The medieval jewelry based on the brooch of Uta zu Naumburg is made of high quality cast bronze.
There is a stable needle on the back of the brooch, so that even strong fabrics can be closed easily.
Medieval brooch of the Uta: 7.3 x 7.3 cm.
The brooch of the Uta zu Naumburg is in bronze