Celtic-Iberian

Celtic spiral ring Celtic spiral ring 2
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Celtic spiral ring

A-1008
€18.00
The spiral is one of the oldest symbols of the Celtic culture. Represents the concept of growth, life force, expansion and reincarnation, used as a representation of time and movement of the stars. Used in primitive calendars, surprisingly accurate for the time.
Iberian adornment ring Iberian adornment ring 2
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Iberian adornment ring

A-1219
€16.00
Reproduction of Iberian ornament found in the excavations of Alarcos (Ciudad Real). The Iberian ladies we know from archeology wore dresses and headdresses rich in ornaments, in which the cumulation of jewels predominates.
Iberian ring Iberian ring 2
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Iberian ring

A-1224
€12.00
The Iberians were great goldsmiths. The rings and the bracelets were jewels of an ornament used among them and also among the Romans. They were manufactured in gold, silver or bronze according to social status.
Saint Cibrao ring Saint Cibrao ring 2
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Saint Cibrao ring

A-1225
€22.00
Reproduction of bronze ring appeared in the deposit of San Cibrao de Las, San Amaro, Galicia. Galaic goldsmith, dating from the first century B.C. The original piece is exhibited in the San CIbrao Museum. Piece made in bronze.
Iberian acorn bracelet Iberian acorn bracelet 2
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Iberian acorn bracelet

B-101
€20.00
The Iberians were great goldsmiths. The bracelets and rings were jewels of an ornament used among them and also among the Romans. They were manufactured in gold, silver or bronze according to social status.
Celtic Iberian Bracelet Celtic Iberian Bracelet 2
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Celtic Iberian Bracelet

B-111
€15.00
The Iberian bracelets were jewels of adornment very frequented among the Iberians and later by the Romans. they were made of bronze, silver and gold, according to the social status of the bearer. This piece is a reproduction, made of brass.
Iberian rosette bracelet Iberian rosette bracelet 2
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Iberian rosette bracelet

B-163
€20.00
Reproduction of Iberian ornament found in the excavations of Alarcos (Ciudad Real). The Iberian ladies we know from archeology wore dresses and headdresses rich in ornaments, in which the cumulation of jewels predominates.
Celtic Iberian Bracelet Celtic Iberian Bracelet 2
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Celtic Iberian Bracelet

B-164
€18.00
The Iberian bracelets were jewels of adornment very frequented among the Iberians and later by the Romans. they were made of bronze, silver and gold, according to the social status of the bearer. This piece is a reproduction, made of brass.
Wolf braided bracelet Wolf braided bracelet 2
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Wolf braided bracelet

B-165
€20.00
The Celts and later the Romans, used these jewels as an element of adornment and social status, were also very typical and the same style torques, being manufactured in gold, silver or bronze, according to the status of the carrier within the town.
Wolf bracelet Wolf bracelet 2
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Wolf bracelet

B-166
€20.00
The Celts and later the Romans, used these jewels as an element of adornment and social status, were also very typical and the same style torques, being manufactured in gold, silver or bronze, according to the status of the carrier within the town.
Antenna sword pendant Antenna sword pendant 2
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Antenna sword pendant

CB-15
€7.00
The Celtic warriors carried swords and daggers with antennae on the hilt decorated anthropomorphically. For the Celtic warriors their weapons were sacred objects and decorated with the typical motifs of Celtic decoration, but where the craftsmen showed their greatest creativity was in the precious handles of the weapon par excellence: the Celtic sword.
Knot celtic pendant
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Knot celtic pendant

CB-90
€7.00
The Celtic knot is a style of decoration based on stylized knots, widely used in the island art of the Celtic people. The transition to spiral patterns and fundamental patterns are the dominant motives in Celtic art before the Christian influence on the Celts that began around 450 A.D. Piece made in bronze.
Mask fibula Ostheim Mask fibula Ostheim 2
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Mask fibula Ostheim

F-204
€48.00
The function of a fibula was to hold the sagum to the shoulder. The original piece is in Ostheim (Baja California). The face of the divinity identified by the motif of the mistletoe leaf, associated with a Griffin head.
Spring fibula Spring fibula 2
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Spring fibula

F-206
€24.00
Reproduction made of bronze of a fibula, word from Latin, fibula (needle). It is called fibula to all types of metal parts used in antiquity to join or hold any of the garments that made up the clothing. Original piece found in the Iberian Peninsula.
Tower shape fibula Tower shape fibula 2
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Tower shape fibula

F-207
€38.50
Reproduction made of bronze of a fibula, word from Latin, fibula (needle). It is called fibula to all types of metal parts used in antiquity to join or hold any of the garments that made up the clothing. Original piece found in the Iberian Peninsula.
Spring horse fibula Spring horse fibula 2
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Spring horse fibula

F-217
€29.00
Bronze reproduction of horse-shaped brooch. These Celtiberian objects were used for adornment and securing garments. The horse is related to the goddess Epona, who was the protector of those who go to the afterlife.
Alarcos fibula Alarcos fibula 2
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Alarcos fibula

F-alar
€29.00
Replica of fibula type La Tène found in the archaeological park of Alarcos, Ciudad Real. The fibula is defined as a metal object whose purpose is to hold garments. Piece made of bronze.
Arracada Earring Arracada Earring 2
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Arracada Earring

P-001
€23.00
Reproduction of earrings type 'arracada' from the Arrabalde treasure in Zamora. Arracadas are jewels of exceptional beauty that symbolize power and wealth. Together with the Torques, they are one of the most representative pieces of iberian pre-Roman goldwork. Manufactured in bronze. The ear hook in gold-plated sterling silver.
Arracada Earring Arracada Earring 2
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Arracada Earring

P-560
€20.00
Reproduction of earrings type 'arracada' from the Arrabalde treasure in Zamora. Arracadas are jewels of exceptional beauty that symbolize power and wealth. Together with the Torques, they are one of the most representative pieces of iberian pre-Roman goldwork. Manufactured in bronze. The ear hook in gold-plated sterling silver.
Arracada Alcoi earrings Arracada Alcoi earrings 2
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Arracada Alcoi earrings

P-594
€22.00
The earring is a type of earring for the ears that has a hanging ornament. An exponent of the Iberian goldwork are the earrings, very common among the treasures found. Original piece exposed in the Municipal Archaeological Museum Camil Visedo Moltó, of Alcoy. Made in bronze and hooks in sterling silver plated in gold.
Wolf celtic torc Wolf celtic torc 2
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Wolf celtic torc

T-901
€38.25 €45.00
The Celts and later the Romans, used these jewels as an element of adornment and social status, manufactured in gold, silver or bronze, according to the status of the carrier within the town. Torc is a rigid and round collar, which is open at the bottom. Typically the two points of the torques present ornaments sculpted with spheres, cubes or zoomorphic...
Small Wolf celtic torc Small Wolf celtic torc 2
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Small Wolf celtic torc

T-901p
€27.00
The Celts and later the Romans, used these jewels as an element of adornment and social status, manufactured in gold, silver or bronze, according to the status of the carrier within the town. Torc is a rigid and round collar, which is open at the bottom. Typically the two points of the torques present ornaments sculpted with spheres, cubes or zoomorphic...
Torc knot Arrabalde Torc knot Arrabalde 2
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Torc knot Arrabalde

T-904
€27.00
Known as a typically Celtic necklace, from the Tène era, worn mostly by Bretons, Gauls, Celtiberians and Galaics. This replica is inspired by one of the torcs belonging to the Treasure of Arrabalde (Zamora).
Ribbon Torc Ribbon Torc 2
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Ribbon Torc

T-905
€25.00
Period 1200 - 1000 B.C. The original piece, of gold, is exhibited in the National Museum of Ireland, in Dublin. The torques were used by several peoples of the Bronze Age, although they are known as a Celtic necklace, from the time of La Tène. Carried mostly by Bretons, Gauls, Celtiberians and Galicians.
Acorns Torc Acorns Torc 2
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Acorns Torc

T-905
€39.00
Celtic torc adorned with acorn-shaped terminals. Torc is a rigid and round collar, which is open at the bottom. Typically the two points of the torques present ornaments sculpted with spheres, cubes or zoomorphic forms. Piece made of brass.
Snettisham torc Snettisham torc 2
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Snettisham torc

T-906
€40.00
The Snettisham Hoard or Snettisham Treasure, is a series of discoveries of Iron Age precious metal, found in the Snettisham area of the English county of Norfolk between 1948 and 1973. The hoard consists of metal, jet and over 150 gold/silver/copper alloy torc fragments, over 70 of which form complete torcs, dating from BC 70. Probably the most famous...
Castromil Torc Castromil Torc 2
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Castromil Torc

T-913
€59.00
Celtic torc adorned with acorn-shaped terminals. Torc is a rigid and round collar, which is open at the bottom. Typically the two points of the torques present ornaments sculpted with spheres, cubes or zoomorphic forms. Piece made of brass.
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