Burri Dragon Medium Brooch


Burri was inspired by the Burray hoard of Viking jewellery.  Found in 1889 by a local man, just a short distance from our workshop, it is the second largest Viking hoard ever discovered in Scotland.  Today it can be seen at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

Burri captures the Viking spirit; renowned as great seafarers and warriors, the Vikings arrived in Orkney around the 9th century in their distinctive longships, often decorated with dragons like those recreated in the Burri Collection. These ferocious mythical creatures symbolised immortality, physical and moral strength, which were all highly prized in Viking warrior culture.



Material: Sterling Silver

Dimensions: 48mm x 56mm

Available in a choice of two surface finishes:
Plain Finish (High Polish) or Oxidised (Blackened Finish)

If you wish to enquire about purchasing this item in Yellow, White or Rose Gold (9ct or 18ct), Palladium or Platinum – please message us via our contact form and we will give you a price and estimated delivery date.

Additional information


Silver Blackened (Oxidised Finish), Silver Plain (High Polish Finish)