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Roman Triquetra-Fibula

Art.Nr.: 07 Fi Triquetra
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Roman Triquetra-Fibula - Bronze
Roman Triquetra-Fibula - Bronze
Roman Triquetra-Fibula - silver
Roman Triquetra-Fibula - silver
Roman Triquetra-Fibula - Back
Roman Triquetra-Fibula - Back
Roman Triquetra-Fibula - Replica
Roman Triquetra-Fibula - Replica
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Replica of a Roman triquetra brooch / trumpet brooch.

This Roman brooch belongs to the genre of trumpet brooches and is also called a triquetra brooch because of its triskele shape.

The original of this brooch replica was found in South Shields in England and is now in the Museum of Antiquities in Newcastle.

The Roman Triquetra brooch is a variant of the brooch with Celtic roots and formed in Britain in the mid-2nd century during the Roman occupation of England.

The Celtic-Roman trumpet ornamentation soon became a popular style of jewellery that spread throughout the Roman Empire with the Britannic legions.

Dimensions Roman triquetra brooch: 6 x 6 cm.
The brooch is available in bronze or in real silver-plated.

The brooch replica has a solid pin on the back for closing Roman garments or a cloak.
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Replica of a Roman triquetra brooch / trumpet brooch.

This Roman brooch belongs to the genre of trumpet brooches and is also called a triquetra brooch because of its triskele shape.

The original of this brooch replica was found in South Shields in England and is now in the Museum of Antiquities in Newcastle.

The Roman Triquetra brooch is a variant of the brooch with Celtic roots and formed in Britain in the mid-2nd century during the Roman occupation of England.

The Celtic-Roman trumpet ornamentation soon became a popular style of jewellery that spread throughout the Roman Empire with the Britannic legions.

Dimensions Roman triquetra brooch: 6 x 6 cm.
The brooch is available in bronze or in real silver-plated.

The brooch replica has a solid pin on the back for closing Roman garments or a cloak.
18.48

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