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    Original Find Lincolnshire, England. Such combs were more typical for East Scandinavia and Balkans. Baltic culture combs like these, had a magical meaning, and were worn on the belt as amulets, protecting the wearer from his enemies. Also believed that if someone would throw a comb on the ground between him and his enemy, a big shrubbery would grow in that place, blocking the enemy's way. Made in sterling silver. It's 4.7cm (1.85") W x 3.6cm (1.41") H. Original dated 11th-12th C AD.


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