The Jelling Cup made in gilded silver was found in the tomb chamber in the North Mound at Jelling, a town in the southern part of Jutland, in 1920. It is 4.3 cm high and weighs 120 grams. The animal that adorn part of the cup, has a band-shaped body and a curled muzzle. This style bear the name Jelling Style.


  • Title: Jelling silver cup
  • Creator: Unknown

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