Visigoths

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Small Eagle shape fibula

AF-034 y AF-035
€54.00
Reproduction in yellow bronze of an eagle shape fibula (original solid gold), with circular central shield and Cloisonné decoration. Let us know if you want the eagle facing left or right. THIS ARTICLE WILL BE ENAMELED BY HAND, SO THE ORDER WILL BE SHIPPED 7 DAYS AFTER THE PURCHASE.
Visigoths

Eagle shape brooch Barros

AF-038 y AF-039
€75.00
THIS ARTICLE WILL BE ENAMELED BY HAND, SO THE ORDER WILL BE SHIPPED 7 DAYS AFTER THE PURCHASE. Reproduction in yellow bronze of an eagle shape brooch, (original made of golden plated bronze), with circular central shield and Cloisonné decoration. Let us know if you want the eagle facing left or right.
Vega Baja Cross Pendant Vega Baja Cross Pendant 2
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€39.00
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Reproduction of a bronze cross with gold filigree, found in the site of the Vega Baja, Toledo. It is of Visigothic-Mozarabic origin with trefoil-shaped arms, whose interiors are decorated with patterns of palm trees and which, in turn, surround a central circle in which is a flower with five petals. Piece made in brass.
Visigothic cabinet key Visigothic cabinet key 2
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Visigothic cabinet key

CB-30
€22.00
Reproduction of a bronze key, possibly from a chest, found at the site of La Vega Baja (Toledo). The original piece is in perfect condition. It is striking for its beauty and delicacy of their forms. Currently, scientists are trying to decipher some signs carved on it.
Acedinos pendant Acedinos pendant 2
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Acedinos pendant

CB-96
€20.00
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Reproduction of a Visigothic piece for pendant, the original is a brooch, found in the Necropolis of Acedinos (Getafe). The original piece is in the Regional Archaeological Museum of Madrid (Alcalá de Henares). Made of bronze and enamel.
Visigoth bow fibula Visigoth bow fibula 2
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Visigoth bow fibula

F-200
€22.00
The fibula is defined as a metallic object whose purpose is to hold the garments. We know quite well how to dress the Hispano-Visigothic period thanks to the custom of the people of that time to bury themselves with what we assume were their "best clothes." This has allowed that, although the fabrics have not been preserved, they have done the metal...
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