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Lucerna of bronze
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Rome

Lucerna of bronze

€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.
Snake Ring Snake Ring 2
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Snake Ring

A-1000
€11.00
This type of jewel was very usual and could have a double meaning, serve as a personal adornment, or as a protective amulet. The original piece was found in the Roman city of Ucubi, current municipality of Espejo, Córdoba. Piece made of brass or silver plated bronze Adjustable to all sizes
Snake ring two heads Snake ring two heads 2
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Rome

Snake ring two heads

A-1001
€11.00
This type of jewel was very usual and could have a double meaning, serve as a personal adornment, or as a protective amulet. Piece inspired by the original exhibited in the Louvre Museum, Paris. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze. Adjustable to all sizes.
Clunia roman ring
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Rome

Clunia roman ring

A-1041
€15.00
Reproduction of a Roman ring from the 1st century AD found in the Roman villa of Clunia (Burgos). With draft technique, in the outer circle there is a Greek inscription dedicated to a woman. Piece made of bronze.
Phalic amulet ring
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Rome

Phalic amulet ring

A-1220
€18.00
Ring with phallus in relief, centuries I to III d.C. The original piece ismade of gold and is located in the British Museum in London. 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 Romans felt...
Roman ring motif Clunia Roman ring motif Clunia 2
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Rome

Roman ring motif Clunia

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.
Roman key ring
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Rome

Roman key ring

A-1222
€20.00
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. The ring-key was a very practical key ring since there were no pockets in the Roman tunics. Piece made of bronze.
Tiberius Aureus bracelet
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Rome

Tiberius Aureus bracelet

B-135
€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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Roman quinary bracelet

B-148
€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
It represents a horned viper by the recognizable protrusions in its head. This type of jewelry was very common and could have a double meaning; Personal ornament or protective amulet. This jewel appears in Egypt in the 1st century BC. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
Janus sesterce pendant
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Rome

Janus sesterce pendant

CB-106
€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 2 Lunula pendant 2 2
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Rome

Lunula pendant 2

CB-112
€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 Pendant Lunula Pendant 2
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Rome

Lunula Pendant

CB-115
€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 2nd century BC
Vine Leaf Pendant
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Rome

Vine Leaf Pendant

CB-118
€17.00
Vine leaves, in Roman mythology, symbolized prosperity and abundance. Adornment chosen for the gods Ceres and Bacchus, who were adorned in each of their representations with large vine leaves.
Roman Gladius pendant
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Rome

Roman Gladius pendant

CB-16
€6.00
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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Rome

Roman breastplate pendant

CB-17
€6.00
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...
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.
Lunula pendant
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Rome

Lunula pendant

CB-64
€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).
Goddess Venus medallion
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Rome

Goddess Venus medallion

CB-65
€28.00
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.
Goddess Diana medallion
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Rome

Goddess Diana medallion

CB-66
€28.00
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
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Rome

Tree of Merida pendant

CB-86
€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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Rome

Roman slave collar

CB-93
€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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Rome

Roman slave collar 2

CB-94
€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).
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