Large Roman Omega Fibula

Art.Nr.: 16 Fi Roem 2
12,60 €
( plus Shipping)
 
Forged Omega Fibula of the Romans
Forged Omega Fibula of the Romans
Roman Omega Fibula replica
Roman Omega Fibula replica
Iron Omega Fibula - Detail
Iron Omega Fibula - Detail
Roman Omega Brooch
Roman Omega Brooch
Piece
1-2 Days Status: 1-2 Days
Sie haben eine Frage zum Produkt Large Roman Omega Fibula
Print product data sheet

Large Germanic and Roman omega fibula.

Here you can buy a hand-forged omega fibula with elegantly shaped ends, typical of Roman-Germanic brooches in the 1st century AD.

In Roman times, such hand-forged iron brooches were even used to fasten chain mail.

The needle of the forged omega fibula has a length of 12 cm and is elegantly curved.  The needle fits snugly to the body and grips the heavy garment without sticking out.

Diameter omega fibula : 9 x 8 cm, needle 12 cm.

The omega fibula is by far one of the longest and most widespread types of brooch and was already in use 2000 years ago among the Romans and Germanic tribes.

Originally, the omega fibula is of Spanish origin and probably spread through Ibero-Gallic auxiliary troops of the Romans via Gaul to the Rhine, where it became widespread around the birth of Christ, especially in the military sector.
Detailed description in your language...
Product Reviews:
How do you like this article? Here you can leave your own review.

For this product we recommend:
Viking ring brooch made of iron
16 Fi klein 2 This small ring brooch has a diameter of 5 cm and was widely used in the Viking period as part of the drapery. Made from hand forged iron.
Curled-ended penannular brooch
16 Fi Oval 3 Viking penannular brooch - lron ring fibula forged by hand with curled ends. Simple garment clasp after models of the Viking Age. Ø 8 cm.
Viking ring brooch replica
16 Fi Tord 4 Viking penannular brooch - Iron hand forged ring fibula replica with curled-up ends and torsion for LARP and Medieval re-enactment. Ø 7 cm.
Celtic iron bow brooch
16 Fi Buegel Iron bow brooch from the Celtic Latène period for women gowns. Forged by hand with twisted inter-sections. 10 x 3.5 cm.
Details
Out of stock Out of stock
To the Product
Not available
13,44 €* Out of stock
Customers who bought this product bought also the following products:
Dealers for museum supplies, medieval and Viking re-enactment or LARP are cordially invited to register as resellers for wholesale in Pera Peri's medieval shop. We guarantee the best quality at good prices with short delivery times!

Large Germanic and Roman omega fibula.

Here you can buy a hand-forged omega fibula with elegantly shaped ends, typical of Roman-Germanic brooches in the 1st century AD.

In Roman times, such hand-forged iron brooches were even used to fasten chain mail.

The needle of the forged omega fibula has a length of 12 cm and is elegantly curved.  The needle fits snugly to the body and grips the heavy garment without sticking out.

Diameter omega fibula : 9 x 8 cm, needle 12 cm.

The omega fibula is by far one of the longest and most widespread types of brooch and was already in use 2000 years ago among the Romans and Germanic tribes.

Originally, the omega fibula is of Spanish origin and probably spread through Ibero-Gallic auxiliary troops of the Romans via Gaul to the Rhine, where it became widespread around the birth of Christ, especially in the military sector.
12.6

Your advantages

  • Large selection
  • Availability display
  • DHL tracking
  • Smart shop navigation
  • Friendly customer service

Safe shopping

  • 14 days right of withdrawal
  • Over 20 years experience
  • Fast money back
  • Good returns management
  • Professional order processing

Customer service

Tue. to Thu. from 10-12 and 13-15
phone+49 (0)3504 - 625695

Payment methods

PayPal Mastercard Visa Vorkasse / Moneyorder

Shipping methods

DPD DHL UPS

facebook twitter pinterest instagram
*All prices incl. VAT, incl. packaging costs, plus Shipping costs plus any customs duties (for non-EU countries). Crossed out prices correspond to the previous price at peraperis.com.
© 2022 Pera Peris - Haus der Historie
Go to mobile site