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Rome

Snake Ring

A-1000
€12.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece was found in the Roman city of Ucubi, current municipality of Espejo, Córdoba, andbelongs to the collection of the Arqueological Museum of...
Snake ring two heads Snake ring two heads 2
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Rome

Snake ring two heads

A-1001
€12.00
This type of jewel was very usual and could have a double meaning, serve as a personal adornment, or as a protective amulet. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. Piece inspired by the original exhibited in the Louvre Museum, Paris. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze. Adjustable to all sizes.
Egiptian snake ring Egiptian snake ring 2
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Egypt

Egiptian snake ring

A-1002
€12.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated from the 1st century BC. and is exhibited at the British Museum in London. Made in gilded bronze, or sterling silver. This ring fits...
El Fayum ring El Fayum ring 2
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Rome

El Fayum ring

A-1003
€22.00
Replica of a Roman gold ring, square shaped chaton set with a mint green peridot. The original piece forms a set with matching earrings, also square, set with vitreous paste of the same color as the ring, pearl beads hang from the bottom. Roman Egypt, 1st century AD Provenance: Geneva private collection Reproduction made in bronze or sterling silver and...
Roman denarius ring Roman denarius ring 2
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Rome

Roman denarius ring

A-1005
€14.00
The denarius was the standard Roman silver coin from its introduction in the Second Punic War c. 211 BC to the reign of Gordian III (AD 238–244). In 212 a. C., the denary happened to become the base of the new monetary system, replacing the ace as currency of reference when passing from the copper pattern to the silver standard. Its initial value was...
Roman greyhound ring Roman greyhound ring 2
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Roman greyhound ring

A-1010
€20.00
Roman ring replica from I to II A.D. The relief is a dog, possibly a running greyhound. The original piece, made of gold, belongs to the Thorvaldsen Museum collection in Copenhagen. Piece made in brass. Check our guide to know your ring size here.
Ulpia Faustina ring Ulpia Faustina ring 2
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Rome

Ulpia Faustina ring

A-1011
€20.00
Replica gold ring with inscription: ULPIA FAUSTINA. Belonging to the Thorvaldsen museum collection, Copenhagen, Denmark. During the second century A.D. there was an authentic dynasty, the so-called Ulpio-Aelia dynasty, of Hispanic origins and roots, whose real link was not adoptions, but the blood and kinship line, entrusted to the women of the dynasty...
Clunia roman ring Clunia roman ring 2
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Rome

Clunia roman ring

A-1041
€18.00
Reproduction of Roman gold ring found in the Roman town of Clunia (Burgos). Appeared in the Forum, at a level of the late second or early third century. It has a rectangular seal, above the ring ring, decorated with an openwork technique, with a theme of two dolphins facing a trident. The hoop carries on the outside, a Greek inscription dedicated to a...
Clunia motif ring Clunia motif ring 2
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Rome

Clunia motif ring

A-1220
€12.00
Reproduction and adaptation for ring of the motif belonging to the earrings found in the Roman villa of Clunia (Burgos). Dated in the 1st century AD. Piece made of brass and patina.
Phalic amulet ring Phalic amulet ring 2
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Phalic amulet ring

A-1220
€18.00
Ring with phallus in relief, centuries I to III d.C. The original piece is made of gold and is located in the Thorvaldsen Museum in Copenhagen. The cult to the phallus in ancient Rome had a double function: Protection against the evil eye.- Pliny the Elder called him medicus invidiae, the 'doctor' for envy or the evil eye. Symbol of fertility. - The...
Wedding ring 'Omonoia' Wedding ring 'Omonoia' 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Wedding ring 'Omonoia'

A-1221
€20.00
Greek wedding cameo ring dating from the 1st century AD Robust hoop with an applied band of beads and camera with interlaced hands and greek legend 'Omonoia' (concensus and togetherness). Provenance: private collection of southern Germany. Piece made of bronze. This ring fits all sizes, can be opened and closed to adjust the desired size.
Byzantine ring 'Omonoia' Byzantine ring 'Omonoia' 2
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€20.00
Replica of Byzantine gold wedding ring. Dated in the IV-V centuries A.D. The engraving on the wide and flat ring bears the Greek inscription 'OMONOIA' (harmony), on four lines. Piece made of bronze. This ring fits all sizes, can be opened and closed to adjust the desired size.
Roman key ring Roman key ring 2
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Roman key ring

A-1223
€22.00
Ancient Rome adopted the metallic key and optimized the bolt. They also reduced their size considerably by using it, for example, to close small boxes for poisons. This ring was a very practical key ring since there were no pockets in the Roman tunics. Piece made of bronze.
Tiberius Aureus bracelet Tiberius Aureus bracelet 2
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€20.00
Tiberius, AD 14-37. Aureus. Lugdunum, after AD 16. Laureate bust of Tiberius facing right. Reverse PONTIF MAXIM, Livia seated right holding sceptre and branch.
Roman quinary bracelet Roman quinary bracelet 2
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€32.00
Bracelet inspired by the Roman torques and quinary as decoration. The quinarius was a small silver Roman coin valued at half a denarius. The quinarius was struck for a few years, along with the silver sestertius, following the introduction of the denarius in 211 BC. At this time the quinarius was valued at 5 asses. For a few years following its...
Snake bracelet Snake bracelet 2
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Egypt

Snake bracelet

B-152
€24.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
Snake amulet double bracelet Snake amulet double bracelet 2
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€33.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
Twisted bracelet Twisted bracelet 2
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Rome

Twisted bracelet

B-169
€20.00
Replica of a roman gold bracelet, II to IV A.D. centuries. The hoop formed of two solid wires twisted together, tapering at each end to a single wire that overlaps and spirals around the hoop for sizing. Made of brass
Hoxne Juliane bracelet Hoxne Juliane bracelet 2
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€90.00
The Hoxne (pronounced 'Hoxon') hoard is the richest find of treasure from Roman Britain. Alongside the approximately 15,000 coins were many other precious objects, buried for safety at a time when Britain was passing out of Roman control. This finely worked pierced bracelet incorporates the phrase UTERE FELIX DOMINA IULIANE. The lettering, spacing and...
Snake bracelet 2 heads Snake bracelet 2 heads 2
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€28.00
Replica of bracelet with double termination in snake heads. Dating: 2nd - 3rd centuries A.D. Representation of eyes and scales schematized based on small circles and lines. The original piece, also made of bronze, belongs to a private collection. Piece made of bronze.
Rome

Roman Lares gods

BR-20
€27.00
Roman families felt a great veneration for the lares, which they represented in the form of small statues. These were placed both inside and outside the house on small altars called lararia, where offerings were made or prayed. In the house, the lararium used to be located in the atrium, as close as possible to the main door. In the case of the...
Rome

Lucerna of bronze

BR-37
€49.00
Reproduction in bronze of a Roman chandelier from the 1st century AD appeared in the Roman village of CLunia, province of Burgos, Spain. Object for lighting (the original piece also in bronze), disk without decoration, handle in the shape of a half moon.
Rome

Roman Lararium

BR-38
€37.00
By the early Imperial period, household shrines of any kind were known generically as lararia (s. lararium) because they typically contained a Lares figure or two. Painted lararia from Pompeii show two Lares flanking a genius or ancestor-figure, who wears his toga in the priestly manner prescribed for sacrificers. Underneath this trio, a serpent,...
Janus coin pendant Janus coin pendant 2
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€17.00
Bronze coin minted by unknown family, between the years 211 to 206 a.C. Obverse.- head laureate of the god Janus bifronte; in the upper part numeral I, indicative of its numeral value. Reverse.- ship's prow to the right and numeral I in the upper field.
Lunula pendant 4 Lunula pendant 4 2
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€25.00
Amulet pendant in the shape of a crescent moon. In ancient Rome, the lunula (plural: lunulae) was a pendant amulet carried by girls and women until the day of their wedding. Its properties are related to fertility and healing, as well as offering protection against the evil eye. Piece inspired by a Roman lunula from the 1st century AC.
Lunula pendant Lunula pendant 2
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Rome

Lunula pendant

CB-111
€25.00
The lunula was an amulet used by girls and women mainly, as its properties are related to fertility and healing, as well as protection against the evil eye. Piece made of bronze, inspired by a Roman lunula from the 1st century BC exhibited at the Walter Museum, Baltimore (USA).
Lunula pendant 2 Lunula pendant 2 2
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€18.00
Amulet pendant in the shape of a crescent moon. In ancient Rome, the lunula (plural: lunulae) was a pendant amulet carried by girls and women until the day of their wedding. Its properties are related to fertility and healing, as well as offering protection against the evil eye. Piece inspired by a Roman lunula from the 1st century AC.
Lunula Amulet 3 Lunula Amulet 3 2
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Lunula Amulet 3

CB-113
€37.00
Amulet pendant in the shape of a crescent moon. In ancient Rome, the lunula (plural: lunulae) was a pendant amulet carried by girls and women until the day of their wedding. Its properties are related to fertility and healing, as well as offering protection against the evil eye. The wheel-shaped finials and the crescent pendant, symbolic of the sun and...
Lunula necklace Lunula necklace 2
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Lunula necklace

CB-114
€54.00
The lunula was an amulet used by girls and women mainly, as its properties are related to fertility and healing, as well as protection against the evil eye. Piece made of bronze, inspired by a Roman lunula from the 1st century BC exhibited at the Walter Museum, Baltimore (USA).
Lunula Pendant Lunula Pendant 2
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€19.00
Amulet pendant in the shape of a crescent moon. In ancient Rome, the lunula (plural: lunulae) was a pendant amulet carried by girls and women until the day of their wedding. Its properties are related to fertility and healing, as well as offering protection against the evil eye. Piece inspired by a Roman lunula from the Fayum mummy portraits, 1st century BC
Lunula silver pendant Lunula silver pendant 2
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€24.00
Amulet pendant in the shape of a crescent moon. In ancient Rome, the lunula (plural: lunulae) was a pendant amulet carried by girls and women until the day of their wedding. Its properties are related to fertility and healing, as well as offering protection against the evil eye. Piece inspired by a Roman lunula from the Fayum mummy portraits, 1st century BC
Vine Leaf Pendant Vine Leaf Pendant 2
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Vine Leaf Pendant

CB-118
€18.00
Vine leaves, in Roman and Greek mythology, symbolized prosperity and abundance. Adornment chosen for the gods Demeter (Ceres) and Dionysus (Bacchus), who were adorned in each of their representations with large vine leaves.
Amphora Pendant Amphora Pendant 2
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€18.00
Pendant inspired by the amphoras found in the colonyCesaraugusta, Zaragoza. According to the signs on these amphoras, they contained garum. The garum was a fish sauce fermented with salt and macerated with aromatic herbs, indispensable in the best Roman tables. Made in brass.
Body chain Hoxne hoard Body chain Hoxne hoard 2
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€175.00
The Hoxne (pronounced 'Hoxon') hoard is the richest find of treasure from Roman Britain. Alongside the approximately 15,000 coins were many other precious objects, buried for safety at a time when Britain was passing out of Roman control. This body chain is a type of ornament with a long history since it can be seen in representations in both Hellenistic...
Amethysts and Pearls necklace Amethysts and Pearls necklace 2
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€42.00
Necklace decorated with amethysts and pearls with filigree closure. This type of collar closure was widely used in late Roman times. The necklace is an inspiration for a 6th century Byzantine choker exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made in brass, amethysts and pearls.
Amethysts glass necklace Amethysts glass necklace 2
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€32.00
Necklace decorated with amethysts and pearls with filigree closure. This type of collar closure was widely used in late Roman times. The necklace is an inspiration for a 6th century Byzantine choker exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made in brass, amethysts and pearls.
Cornelian oval necklace Cornelian oval necklace 2
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€54.00
Replica of Roman necklace between the centuries I B.C. to I d.C. The original piece is composed of carnelian beads joined by gold threads, and a main gold oval with a central carnelian in which the head of a child is embossed. It belongs to the Walters Museum of Art collection, in Baltimore, USA.
Roman Gladius pendant
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€7.00
Gladius is the Latin term for the sword. Today the word 'gladio' is applied to the typical sword of ancient Rome used by the legions. Its approximate length was half a meter and a straight and wide double-edged blade. From 'gladius' derives the word 'gladiator'.
Roman breastplate pendant
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€7.00
A breastplate consisted of a rigid armor to protect the torso of a soldier or warrior. Usually, they are composed of two parts: one for the chest (called in the complete harness), and for the back (back, in the plate armor), but also, as in the case of the Roman segmentata lorica, may have reinforcements to the sides of the neck to protect the deltoids...
Vestigia pedis amulet Vestigia pedis amulet 2
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The "Go and return", a lucky charm for roman travelers and legionaries. Inscription: TVVM ITER ROMANE INCIPE SED MEMENTO AD TVOS REDIRE. 'Roman, start your journey, but remember to go back to yours.' Piece made of bronze.
Phallus panther amulet Phallus panther amulet 2
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€12.00
The cult in ancient Rome had a double function. -Protection against the evil eye: Pliny the Elder called him medicus invidae, the 'doctor' for envy or evil eye. -Symbol of fertility: they felt great concern to protect and promote fertility, since it brought associated wealth and fertility. Piece made of bronze.
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Rome

Phallus amulet

CB-44
€22.00
The cult in ancient Rome had a double function. -Protection against the evil eye: Pliny the Elder called him medicus invidae, the 'doctor' for envy or evil eye. -Symbol of fertility: they felt great concern to protect and promote fertility, since it brought associated wealth and fertility. Piece made of bronze.
Phallus amulet Phallus amulet 2
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Rome

Phallus amulet

CB-44
€15.00
The cult in ancient Rome had a double function. -Protection against the evil eye: Pliny the Elder called him medicus invidae, the 'doctor' for envy or evil eye. -Symbol of fertility: they felt great concern to protect and promote fertility, since it brought associated wealth and fertility. Piece made of bronze.
Venus goddess medallion Venus goddess medallion 2
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€26.00
Medallion inspired by the goddess Venus, goddess of love, beauty and fertility. Joy on its birth from the foam of the waves of the sea, and carried to the shore in a shell by the breath of the winged gods. Piece made of bronze.
Diana goddess medallion Diana goddess medallion 2
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€26.00
Medallion inspired by Diana, Roman goddess of hunting and protector of animals and unexplored lands. With time she also assumed the role of goddess of the moon and of chastity. Piece made of bronze.
Tree of Merida pendant Tree of Merida pendant 2
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€22.00
Reproduction made of bronze of an ancient Roman relief. It is a frieze decorated with a tree, whose base slides a snake. Dated in the 1st century BC It is exhibited in the National Museum of Roman Art of Merida (Spain).
Roman slave collar Roman slave collar 2
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€21.00
Archaeological reproduction of a roman slave collar from the Museo Nazionalle alle Terme de Diocleziano, Rome. Inscription: FUGI TENE ME CVM REVOCV VERIS ME DM ZONINO ACCIPIS SOLIDVM  "I fled, stop me, when you return me to my owner Zonino, you will receive a solid (gold coin)." Made of bronce.
Roman slave collar 2 Roman slave collar 2 2
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€21.00
Archaeological reproduction of a roman slave collar from the The British Museum. Inscription: TENE ME NE FUGIA(m) ET REVO CA ME AD DOM(i)NUM EVVIVENTIUM IN AR(e)A CALLISTI. "Stop me so as not to flee, and return me to my lord Eviventium in the temple of Callixtus" Made of bronze (cord included).
Small Omega fibula Small Omega fibula 2
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Rome

Small Omega fibula

F-199
€10.00
Replica of omega fibula. Fíbula, word from Latin, fibula (needle). It is denominated to all type of metallic pieces used to unite or to hold some of the garments that composed the clothes. Piece made of bronze
Omega fibula Omega fibula 2
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Rome

Omega fibula

F-201
€20.00
Replica of omega fibula. Fíbula, word from Latin, fibula (needle). It is denominated to all type of metallic pieces used to unite or to hold some of the garments that composed the clothes. Piece made of bronze
Vine leaves earrings 2 Vine leaves earrings 2 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Vine leaves earrings 2

P-028
€20.00
Grape leaves in Greek mythology symbolized prosperity and abundance. It was the chosen ornament for certain gods, the most prominent was Dionysus (Bacchus in roman mythology), who was adorned in each of his representations with large vine leaves Made of bronze or patinated bronze, hooks in sterling silver gold plated.
Marq earrings Marq earrings 2
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Rome

Marq earrings

P-029
€20.00
Replica of Roman gold earrings found in the Valencian Community, Spain. The original piece belongs to the collection of the Archaeological Museum of Alicante.
Clunia earrings Clunia earrings 2
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Rome

Clunia earrings

P-542
€20.00
Roman earrings replica(originals made of gold) from the 1st century A.D., found in the Roman Villa of Clunia (Burgos), specifically in the female hot springs of Los Arcos II. Replica made in brass and hooks in gold plated sterling silver.
Pendientes Clunia Pendientes Clunia 2
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Rome

Pendientes Clunia

P-543
€24.00
Roman earrings replica(originals made of gold) from the 1st century A.D., found in the Roman Villa of Clunia (Burgos), specifically in the female hot springs of Los Arcos II. Replica made in brass and pearl, hooks in gold plated sterling silver.
El Fayum earrings El Fayum earrings 2
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El Fayum earrings

P-546
€24.00
Replica of roma earrings. The originals, made of gold, the square are set with glass paste of the same color as the ring, on the below, hanging pearls. Roman Egypt, 1st century b.C. The original pieces belongs to a private collection. Very similar earrings can be seen in one of the famous portraits of Fayum mummy. Replica made in brass or sterling silver...
Octavius Augustus earrings Octavius Augustus earrings 2
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€22.00
First emperor of Rome, after defeating Marco Antonio and Cleopatra in Alexandria. Considered by many the greatest emperor for his policies, which extended the life of the empire and initiated the so-called Roman peace or Pax Augusta. Replica made in brass and pearl, hooks in gold plated sterling silver.
Julius Caesar earrings Julius Caesar earrings 2
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€21.00
Denarius of Julius Caesar 44 B.C. Roman military and political leader of the late republican era and one of the most famous figures of ancient Rome, after winning the civil war that confronted the most conservative sector of the Senate. Replica made in bronze, hooks in gold plated sterling silver.
Julius Caesar hoop earrings Julius Caesar hoop earrings 2
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€30.00
Denarius of Julius Caesar 44 B.C. Roman military and political leader of the late republican era and one of the most famous characters in ancient Rome. Roman women used hoop earrings with an interpiece inside the hoop, this type of jewel was very typical, they can be seen in Fayum paintings and many museums. This piece is an inspiration, in which the...
Amphora Earrings Amphora Earrings 2
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Rome

Amphora Earrings

P-588
€24.00
Earrings inspired by the amphoras found in the colonyCesaraugusta, Zaragoza. According to the signs on these amphoras, they contained garum. The garum was a fish sauce fermented with salt and macerated with aromatic herbs, indispensable in the best Roman tables. Made in bronze and sterling silver gold plated.
Olive leaf earrings Olive leaf earrings 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Olive leaf earrings

P-592
€22.00
Elegantly shaped pendant representing the olive leaf, so significant in the ancient world. According to Greek mythology, the olive tree has a divine origin. Olives were a food created by Athena / Minerva as a gift to humanity, so they also served as an offering to the gods. With the leaves they crowned their champions and with the oil anointed their...
Lunula earrings Lunula earrings 2
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Rome

Lunula earrings

P-597
€18.00
Earrings shaped like a crescent moon. In ancient Rome, the lunula (plural: lunulae) was a hanging amulet worn by girls and women until their wedding day. Its properties are related to fertility and healing, in addition to offering protection against the evil eye. Piece inspired by a Roman lunula from the 2nd century B.C.
Crotalia Earrings III Crotalia Earrings III 2
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€30.00
This type of earring was known as 'crotalia' (from the Greek word for rattle), because the pearl pendants produced a clinking noise when they were used. Earrings of this type were extremely popular among Roman ladies, numerous examples have been found in Pompeii and Herculaneum. Piece made in bronze and sterling silver plated in gold.
€36.00
This type of earring was known as 'crotalia' (from the Greek word for rattle), because pearl pendants produced a clinking noise when used. Earrings of this type were extremely popular among Roman ladies, numerous examples have been found in Pompeii and Herculaneum. The original piece was found in the women's hot springs of Los Arcos II. In the Roman town...
Olive leafs earrings Olive leafs earrings 2
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Greece/Phoenicians

Olive leafs earrings

P-602
€25.00
Elegantly shaped pendant representing the olive leaf, so significant in the ancient world. According to Greek mythology, the olive tree has a divine origin. Olives were a food created by Athena / Minerva as a gift to humanity, so they also served as an offering to the gods. With the leaves they crowned their champions and with the oil anointed their...
God Janus bracelet God Janus bracelet 2
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€15.00
Janus in Roman mythology, he is the god of doors, beginnings, portals, transitions and endings. That is why he was consecrated the first month of the year and he was publicly invoked on the first day of January, the month that derived from his name (which in Spanish passed from Latin Ianuarius to Janeiro and Janero and from there derived to January)....
Amethyst bracelet Amethyst bracelet 2
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Rome

Amethyst bracelet

PB-21
€29.00
Replica of a gold and amethyst bracelet found in the Roman Forum. Byzantine / Late Roman period. The original piece is displayed in the Balbi Crypt Museum, one of the four headquarters of the National Museum of Rome.
Snake shape necklace Snake shape necklace 2
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Egypt

Snake shape necklace

T-912
€37.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
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