Roman Hand PENDANT inspired by an artefact found in Germania Superior (imperial province of the Roman Empire). Similar hand-holding-a-small-ball pendants were also discovered in Celtic settlements and they are still worn today, for example in Italy, to protect the wearer against evil forces. …
Bronze Roman Phallic Pendant inspired by an artefact from the 2nd or 3rd century CE. Phallic pendants were very comon, the largest collection comes from the Roman settlement of Camulodunum (now in England). It is a fairly universal amulet against evil forces and it is also belived to support…
Scythian Deer Brooch Replica. The original from the 7th century BCE, crafted in gold, was discovered in the Kuban basin area, Russia, where best Scythian art artefacts were found. Nomadic Scythians used to live in the steepes of southern part of Russia. Material: bronze Size: 3.1 x 4.5 cm
Replica of an early medieval strap end for belts.
- Material: bronze
- Size: 1.5 x 3.8 cm
- Locality: Kolín, Bohemia