The Mästermyr chest is an important Viking-era artefact from Sweden.
The chest is made of oak with iron hinges and lock. It is rectangular with a curved lid and flat bottom. The bottom is joined to the ends via a mortise and through tenon. Pegs are used to attach the sides to the bottom and end pieces. The ends and sides are trapezoid and are slightly angled.
The chest is on display at the Swedish Museum of National Antiquities in Stockholm.
- Greta Arwidsson & Gösta Berg, The Mästermyr find : a Viking Age tool chest from Gotland. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets historie och antikvitets akademien, 1983. ISBN 91-7402-129-X
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