5543. A ROMAN MOSAIC GLASS INLAID FIBULA, ca. 2nd-3rd century AD. 32mm. Antiquity Merchant
Ornamental Brooch, c. 100-300 Gallo-Roman or Romano-British, Migration period, 2nd-3rd century bronze and champlevé enamel, Overall - h:5.25 w:5.25 d:1.60 cm (h:2 1/16 w:2 1/16 d:5/8 inches). Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1930.230 Cleveland Museum of Art
Gold, laminated agate, enamel Mary Stuart cameo pendant, Made in France, ca. 1566.
Book Review by Ponting. D.F. MACKRETH. Brooches in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain.
Gold ship pendant, enamelled in white and green, the mother-of-pearl hull surmounted by three masts rigging and unfurled sails. On deck, guarded by cannons Venus is seated while her son Cupid, winged, stands behind her. A pearl hangs below the hull, as does the anchor. Suspension loop above. Second half of the 16th century.
Viking Age gold finger ring from High Street, Dublin #Ireland #Dublin #Archaeology pic.twitter.com/TAfSrAXG18
Roman Brooches, mid 2nd century, Hartpury
Ancient Roman fibula, commonly used to hold clothing together at the shoulders. c. 1-2nd century CE. http://edgarlowen.com/roman-art.shtml
Roman enamelled bronze disc attachment Circa 2nd-3rd Century A.D. With a central bronze boss, decorated with banded blue, red, white and green inlaid enamel arranged in concentric circles, interspersed with beaded bronze borders, the brooch with enamelled ovolo edge, with three piercings for attachment, 1 7/8in (4.7cm) diam