Celtic Birdlip Brooch

Art.Nr.: 07 Fi Birdlip
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Celtic birdlip brooch - silver
Celtic birdlip brooch - silver
Birdlip brooch replica - bronze
Birdlip brooch replica - bronze
La Tène period Brooch - from above
La Tène period Brooch - from above
La Tène period Brooch - front
La Tène period Brooch - front
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15,12 €
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18,48 €
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925 sterling silver  
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Birdlip brooch replica from the late La Tène period.

Here you can buy a so-called birdlip brooch of the La Tène Era, which was made after a Celtic find from England.

This type of brooch is called a birdlip brooch due to its peculiar curled decoration on the back of the brooch. It is a typical representative of insular fibulae from the La Tène III period, i.e. the period from 150 to the birth of Christ.

The original birdlip brooch was found near Market Rasen in Lincolnshire England and dates to 75 - 25 BC, the period of first contact with the Roman Empire.

Link to the historical model

The original birdlip brooch was made entirely of gold.

You can buy this Celtic brooch in high-quality bronze or genuine silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

Like the original model, the replica brooch measures 4.2 x 1.8 x 0.8 cm.



The birdlip brooch is derived from continental brooch types such as the so-called trumpet brooch and represents a local, indigenous British adaptation of the fibula design of the late La Tène period.

These brooches are characterised by a small, trumpet-shaped head, above which there is a kind of protruding tongue or beak. The birdlip brooch was a rather short-lived variant and was mainly found on the south-east coast of Britain, possibly indicating a Gallic influence.

The Celts and Romans used brooches, so-called fibulae to fasten garments, and various shapes and styles developed, all based on the principle of the safety pin. Most Celtic fibulae were made of bronze or iron, but gold was also used to make that were worn by people of higher status to exude wealth and power.
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Birdlip brooch replica from the late La Tène period.

Here you can buy a so-called birdlip brooch of the La Tène Era, which was made after a Celtic find from England.

This type of brooch is called a birdlip brooch due to its peculiar curled decoration on the back of the brooch. It is a typical representative of insular fibulae from the La Tène III period, i.e. the period from 150 to the birth of Christ.

The original birdlip brooch was found near Market Rasen in Lincolnshire England and dates to 75 - 25 BC, the period of first contact with the Roman Empire.

Link to the historical model

The original birdlip brooch was made entirely of gold.

You can buy this Celtic brooch in high-quality bronze or genuine silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

Like the original model, the replica brooch measures 4.2 x 1.8 x 0.8 cm.



The birdlip brooch is derived from continental brooch types such as the so-called trumpet brooch and represents a local, indigenous British adaptation of the fibula design of the late La Tène period.

These brooches are characterised by a small, trumpet-shaped head, above which there is a kind of protruding tongue or beak. The birdlip brooch was a rather short-lived variant and was mainly found on the south-east coast of Britain, possibly indicating a Gallic influence.

The Celts and Romans used brooches, so-called fibulae to fasten garments, and various shapes and styles developed, all based on the principle of the safety pin. Most Celtic fibulae were made of bronze or iron, but gold was also used to make that were worn by people of higher status to exude wealth and power.
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