Roman Aucissa-Brooch, Bronze
Compared with our other Aucissa-Brooches, this is the largest and most massive and decorated variant with separately handcrafted buttons at the hinge axle.
Roman Aucissa Brooch
The typical Aucissa Brooches were successors of late celtic brooches and became increasingly popular for an extraordinary long period of time. This type of brooch is named after the engraved name "Aucissa" , which appears on single finds. It is most probably the name of a producer or a workshop.
This hinged brooch with it´s high arched bow was in use since the early Roman Empire and popular in many variants until the end of the 1st century. The aucissa brooches appear mostly in military context and are typical soldier´s brooches.
Our Aucissa Fibula bases on a original of a private collection. Our handcrafted reproduction is made from real bronze and fully operative with a flexible pin of iron. A special production with an authentic forged bronze pin is also possible by extra charge, but our standard variant with iron pin is much more usable. Compared with our other Aucissa-Brooches, this is the largest and most massive and decorated variant with separately handcrafted buttons at the hinge axle. Size 50 x 30mm.
|Delivery time||3-4 weeks|
|size||50 x 30 mm|
|Kind of replica||Fibulae and Brooches|
|scope of delivery||With jewellery case|