A set of five Roman fibula brooches framed in bronze
These beautiful little artefacts are known as fibula brooches. For the Romans, these were like safety-pins or toggles (fibula actually means clasp), where they would use them to pin their tunics, shifts and cloaks.
There are hundreds of different types of Roman fibula brooch - often intricately enamelled and decorated. This frame contains a set of five, ranging in age from around 2000 - 1600 years old. They include a dolphin fibula (named because it is shaped a little like a breaching dolphin), an enamelled disc brooch, a stunning 4th-century trumpet brooch, and one of the nicest first-century bow and fantail brooches that has ever passed through our hands.
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Framed in a lovely hand-finished bronze effect.
Guide price: £295.00 - Handmade
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