Roman buckle in Trumpet Style, Bronze
The buckle is based on a find from the Limes fort Zugmantel. It is delivered ready for assembly, although the fastening technique is quite unusual. The buckle is best suited for thin straps with a width of about 20 mm.
Roman Belt Buckle in Trumpet Ornament
In the mid-2nd century, during the Antonine period, a style of jewelry with elements reminiscent of trumpets or curved horns developed in Britain from Celtic roots. The so-called trumpet stylebecame a popular appearance of jewelry, the fashion for which spread throughout the empire with the British troops.
The buckle is based on an object found in the limes fort of Zugmantel. It comes ready to mount, although the mounting technique is quite unusual. The buckle is best suited for thin straps of about 20 mm width.
The picture shows an assembly suggestion, the delivery is made without leather strap.
|Delivery time||4-5 weeks|
|size||85 x 30 mm|
|Kind of replica||Belt Buckles and Fittings|
|scope of delivery||With rivets and instructions, ready to assemble.|