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Roman Snake-Headed Bracelet

Roman Snake-Headed Bracelet - Lot No.

Gold chain necklace with lion head terminals. The chain is a complex, round-sectioned, triple loop-in-loop construction. The lions' heads are stylistically very similar to those on no. 1, though they are larger and slightly better modelled; they are encircled by beaded wire behind the head and at the edge. The clasp is a simple, long, S-shaped hook, soldered closed at one side. One end of the chain has lost its pin and has worked free of the terminal. Roman Britain, buried in the 5th century…

Gold chain necklace with lion head terminals. Roman Britain, buried in the century.

Bracelet with Snake Heads

Bracelet with Snake Heads

AN EAST GREEK GOLD BRACELET   CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C. .   Of penannular form, the solid hoop with lion-head terminals, with ears flattened against head, detailed facial features and incised mane

AN EAST GREEK GOLD BRACELET CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C. . Of penannular form, the solid hoop with lion-head terminals, with ears flattened against head, detailed facial features and incised mane

A substantial coiled bracelet, D-section with ropework borders, punched crescent detail; the terminals formed as stylised snake-heads with bulging eyes.  Culture/Period:  Ptolemaic Period, 332-30 BC  Measurements:  58 grams, 74 mm diameter  Size :  3"  Condition:  Fine condition.  Provenance:  Property of a London collector, acquired early 1960s.  Estimate: £ 3,000 - 4,000  Thursday 14th March 2013 & Friday 15th March 2013 Coins & Antiquities  Sold for: £ 4,600 Mar2013

A substantial coiled bracelet, D-section with ropework borders, punched crescent detail; the terminals formed as stylised snake-heads with bulging eyes.

Bracelet, Roman, 1st/3rd century A.D. (Art Institute of Chicago)

ancientjewels: “ Gold Roman bracelet c. From the Art Institute of Chicago.

A COILED-WIRE BRACELET WITH FELINE-HEAD TERMINALS D. 8 cm. Gold Greco-Thracian, 4th-3rd cent. B.C. — with Denise Pimentel and Şakir Akasya.

(Thracia, Bulgaria) A Coiled - wire Gold bracelet with feline-head terminal. Gold Greco-Thracian, ca cent. with Denise Pimentel and Şakir Akasya.

Roman ring

"LEG XI CLAV" A Roman gold ring for an officer. The Legio XI was established in 58 B. and was awarded the honorific title "Claudia Pia Fidelis" under Emperor Claudius, ca.

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