Roman Womans Plate Brooch, Second Century AD


Bronze, cusped side diamond form with concentric circle decoration. Originally gilt and probably with an enamel center. Now in condition as found with surface encrustation and small losses. These are sometimes identified as a form of fibula, however, they are strictly decorative jewelry and not intended to fasten Garments as fibula were.

Item ID: B1561

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Roman Womans Plate Brooch, Second Century AD

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