Eye Brooch, Bronze
Germanic Eye-Fibula of the first half of the 1st century AD.
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Germanic Eye Brooch
This kind of brooch is part of Oskar Almgrens Group No. III, the so-called Eye-Fibulae. This kind of brooch is very wide-spreaded and was in use in the roman provinces, but mainly in free Germania. Finds were made in the northern and eastern germany, but also in southernDenmark. Two holes in the upper part of the bow are looking like eyes and gave the name to this group of brooches.
Picture 2 Shows a similiar orignal from the Städtisches Museum Tangermünde, Germany. (Source: www.museum-digital.de/san/index.php?t=objekt&oges=1591)
Handcrafted from real bronze, fully operative with massive bronze spiral and pin. Delivery with certificate, length 50mm.
|Delivery time||4-5 weeks|
|Kind of replica||Fibulae and Brooches|
|scope of delivery||Delivery in a jewellery case with certificate|
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