Large fibula from older Iron age period, 8th-7th century BC. VERY RARE
Large fibulas from older Iron age period, 8th-7th century BC. They are made of two coils of spirally twisted bronze wire, with two decorative circles on the joint. Fibula is a type of brooch or pin used in ancient times for fastening garments, usually on the shoulder or on the chest. Besides practical, they had a decorative purpose as well, and therefore were made in numerous different forms. I suppose these fibuls were used as a ceremonial, ritual items, due to their size... As you can see, this is a ruptured fibula in fact these are 2 parts of a ruptured fibula. Analyze the situation according to the pictures. Also, the fibula is protected with wax to prevent further deterioration. Estimate the condition as in the pictures. Your complete satisfaction will bring joy to us. If you notice any problems let as know. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Other Decorative Collectibles". The seller is "hodase2014" and is located in this country: SE.
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- Primary Material: Bronze
- Brand: FIBULA
- Era: ROMAN
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Style: Roman
- Material: Bronze