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Metallurgy Collection

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: The Iron Foundry, Burmeister & Wain, 1885, by Peder Severin

The Iron Foundry, Burmeister & Wain, 1885, by Peder Severin
Peder Severin Kroyer (1851-1909). Danish painter. The Iron Foundry, Burmeister & Wain, 1885. National Museum of Art. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: St Louis World Fair / 1904

St Louis World Fair / 1904
The exterior of the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Smelting Furnace - Sierra Leone, West Africa

Smelting Furnace - Sierra Leone, West Africa
Smelting in a bloomery-type furnace in Sierra Leone, West Africa. circa 1910s

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Chimu? culture. Tumi. Sacrificial ceremonial axe made of gol

Chimu? culture. Tumi. Sacrificial ceremonial axe made of gold. It represents the god Maymlap. 11th-15th century. National Museum of Peru. Lima

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Metal Age. The gold bracteates. National Museum of Denmark

Metal Age. The gold bracteates. National Museum of Denmark
The gold bracteates. Flat, thin and single-sided gold medal worn as jewelry that was produced in Northern Europe predominantly during the Migration Period of the Germanic Iron Age

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Prehistoric art. Bronze age. Copper Cauldron. Reginal Museum

Prehistoric art. Bronze age. Copper Cauldron. Reginal Museum
Prehistoric art. Bronze age. Copper Cauldron. Mine from Cabarceno. Reginal Museum of Prehistory and Archaeology. Santander. Cantabria

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Bronze Age. Belt ornaments. From a bog at Fjellerup, Funen

Bronze Age. Belt ornaments. From a bog at Fjellerup, Funen
Prehistoric. Art. Bronze Age. Belt ornaments. From a bog at Fjellerup, Funen. 700-500 BC. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Italy. Sardinia. Nuragic civilization. Statuette of a bull

Italy. Sardinia. Nuragic civilization. Statuette of a bull. 9th-8th century BC. From Santa Vittoria de Serri. Archeological Museum of Cagliari

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: CoKe oven. Diorama

CoKe oven. Diorama
Coke oven. Diorama. Deutches Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Arc furnace

Arc furnace. Deutches Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: The First German Coke Oven. 18th century

The First German Coke Oven. 18th century
The First German Coke Oven. Diorama. 18th century. Deutches Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Golden altar from Lisbjerg Chruch, near Arhus. 1135-40. Nati

Golden altar from Lisbjerg Chruch, near Arhus. 1135-40. Nati
Golden altar from Lisbjerg Chruch, near Arhus. 1135-40. Superpositions of altar, retable and crucifix, surrounded by an arched structure

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: The Roskilde cross. Byzantine reliquary cross of gold. Aroun

The Roskilde cross. Byzantine reliquary cross of gold. Aroun
The Roskilde cross. Byzantine reliquary cross of gold. The front side is decorated with 7 pearls and 15 gems. Around 1100. Found in the rood arch crucifix of Roskilde Cathedral. Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: The Golden Horns of Gallehus. North of Mogeltonder, Southern

The Golden Horns of Gallehus. North of Mogeltonder, Southern
The Golden Horns of Gallehus, discovered in Gallehus, north of Mogeltonder, Southern Jutland, Denmark. The horns date to the early 5th century, the beginning of the Germanic Iron Age

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Vikings. Two fine collars for carriage horses, were found bu

Vikings. Two fine collars for carriage horses, were found bu
Viking Art. Northern Europe. Two fine collars for carriage horses were found buried near the burial mound Bjerringhoj. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: The early Iron. Roman influence. Gryphon of Vimose. Bronze

The early Iron. Roman influence. Gryphon of Vimose. Bronze
The early Iron. Roman influence. Gryphon of Vimose. A gryphons head of gilt bronze. The gryphon was perhaps once part of a Roman parade helmet. Was found in a Bog, Funen. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Metal Age. Gold ornaments with lions head. Womans grave fr

Metal Age. Gold ornaments with lions head. Womans grave from Arsley, Funen, 4th century. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Grave goods from Dollerup in Jutland. Two drinking horns wit

Grave goods from Dollerup in Jutland. Two drinking horns wit
Grave goods from a rich double burial of a magnate and his wife found at Dollerup in Jutland. In the womans grave lay two drinking horns with bronze mountings. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: The Gundestrup cauldron. Silver vessel. 200 BC and 300 AD. E

The Gundestrup cauldron. Silver vessel. 200 BC and 300 AD. E
The Gundestrup cauldron. Decorated silver vessel, thought to date between 200 BC and 300 AD, placing it within the late La T?ne period or early Roman Iron Age

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Golden vessels. Denmark. The Late Bronze Age. 800-400 BC. Na

Golden vessels. Denmark. The Late Bronze Age. 800-400 BC. Na
Prehistoric. Art. Metal Age. Northern Europe. Golden vessels. Decorated with geometric patterns. Denmark. The Late Bronze Age. 800-400 BC. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Prehistory. Helmet of from Veksoe-bog. (800-400 BC). Denmark

Prehistory. Helmet of from Veksoe-bog. (800-400 BC). Denmark
Prehistory. Metal Age. Helmet from Veksoe-bog. Bronze. Denmark. Bronze Age. (800-400 BC). National Museum of Denmark. Copenhaguen

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Bronze Age. Golden bowls, most with handle shaped like horse

Bronze Age. Golden bowls, most with handle shaped like horse
Art. Prehistory. Bronze Age. Golden bowls, most with handle shaped like horses heads. 10th-6th Centuries BC. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Steel Industry. 19th century. Oven. Modeling a steel block

Steel Industry. 19th century. Oven. Modeling a steel block. Colored engraving, 1874

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Metal Age. Golden bowls, most with handle shaped like horses

Metal Age. Golden bowls, most with handle shaped like horses
Art. Prehistory. Metal Age. Golden bowls, most with handle shaped like horses heads, from an imported bronze vessel decorated with sun ships. De Bog Mariesminde, Funen. 10th-6th Centuries BC

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Metal Age. Northern Europe. The round shields. Period 1100-7

Metal Age. Northern Europe. The round shields. Period 1100-7
Prehistoric. Art. Metal Age. Northern Europe. The round shields were used in the rituals. They were probably imported from central Europe and are from the period 1100-700 BC

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Bronze Age. Belt ornaments. 700-500 A. C. National Museum of

Bronze Age. Belt ornaments. 700-500 A. C. National Museum of
Prehistoric. Art. Metal Age. Belt ornaments. Located : bog from Jutlandia, Denmark. 700-500 a.C. Bronze Age. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Metal Age. Belt of many small bronze rings and ornamental pl

Metal Age. Belt of many small bronze rings and ornamental pl
Prehistory. Art. Metal Age. A large belt consisting of many small bronze rings and ornamental plates. Possible horse harness. From a bog at Gerlev, northern Zealand. Denmark. 900-700 BC

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Bronze Age. Belt ornaments, arm rings, a neck ring. Fardal

Bronze Age. Belt ornaments, arm rings, a neck ring. Fardal
Prehistory. Art. Metal Age. Bronze Age. Belt ornaments, arm rings, a neck ring. from a gravel hill at Fardal, central Jutland. 900-700 BC. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Metal Age. Cult axe from Ormenaes, Funen. 1500-1300 BC. Mus

Metal Age. Cult axe from Ormenaes, Funen. 1500-1300 BC. Mus
Prehistory. Art. Metal Age. Cult axe from Ormenaes, Funen. Found on an islet near the coast. 1500-1300 BC. Museum of Denmark. Copenhaguen

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Cult axe from Bastad near Helsingborg, Scania. C. 1400 BC. N

Cult axe from Bastad near Helsingborg, Scania. C. 1400 BC. N
Prehistory. Metal Age. Cult axe from Bastad, near Helsingborg, Scania. C. 1400 BC. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhaguen

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Bronze Age. Several womens ornaments and some bronze figure

Bronze Age. Several womens ornaments and some bronze figure
Prehistory. Bronze Age. Several womens ornaments and some bronze figures. Are furnished with pegs. C. 800 BC. Fardal, central Jutland. Denmark. Museum of Denmark. Copenhaguen

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: Paris Exhibition - Palace of mines and metallurgy 1900

Paris Exhibition - Palace of mines and metallurgy 1900
This building contained an exposition of the working of mines and quarries, metals and minerals in all states, from the raw to the finished article. Date: 1900

Background imageMetallurgy Collection: St. Louis Worlds Fair - Palace of Mines and Metallurgy

St. Louis Worlds Fair - Palace of Mines and Metallurgy
St. Louis Worlds Fair (Louisiana Purchase Exposition), St. Louis, Missouri, USA - Palace of Mines and Metallurgy Date: 1904



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