Spectacle Brooch Replica

Art.Nr.: 07 Fi Spiralfibel
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Spectacle Brooch Replica
Spectacle Brooch Replica
Replica of a Spectacle Brooch
Replica of a Spectacle Brooch
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Replica of a spiral brooch from the Bronze Age.

Here you can buy an authentic replica of a Bronze Age spiral brooch, made according to a find that dates to around 700 BC.

The historical model for this Bronze Age spiral brooch dates to the Hallstatt culture, but the type of brooch known as the double spiral brooch was already known from 1300 BC and in use throughout Europe until c. 600 BC.

Link to the historical model...

The spiral brooch, along with the spectacle brooch, was a widespread dress fastener for the garments of men and women during the European Bronze Age. Spiral brooches are found in almost identical form in Bronze Age finds from ancient Greece to Scandinavia.

The Dimensions of the Bronze Age spiral brooch replica are like the original find 8 x 3.5 cm.

The spiral brooch is made of brass wire with a beautiful yellow-golden hue and is fully functional.
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Replica of a spiral brooch from the Bronze Age.

Here you can buy an authentic replica of a Bronze Age spiral brooch, made according to a find that dates to around 700 BC.

The historical model for this Bronze Age spiral brooch dates to the Hallstatt culture, but the type of brooch known as the double spiral brooch was already known from 1300 BC and in use throughout Europe until c. 600 BC.

Link to the historical model...

The spiral brooch, along with the spectacle brooch, was a widespread dress fastener for the garments of men and women during the European Bronze Age. Spiral brooches are found in almost identical form in Bronze Age finds from ancient Greece to Scandinavia.

The Dimensions of the Bronze Age spiral brooch replica are like the original find 8 x 3.5 cm.

The spiral brooch is made of brass wire with a beautiful yellow-golden hue and is fully functional.
.
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