Celtic Iron Age - Pendants
|ca. 800 B.C. - 50 B.C.
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Reproduction of a bronze open work disc from Somme-Bionne (Marne), France. Size slightly reduced. Late 5th century BC. Diameter: 6.7 cm / 2.6 inches. Useable as brooch or pendant.
Greek coin (Tetradrachme) from Athens, 5th century BC.
Greek coin (Stater) from Corinth, 5th century BC.
Small Celtic comb from a burial in Frankfurt/Main-Praunheim, around 100 BC. Replica useable as brooch or pendant. Length: 2.8 cm / 1.1 inches. Original made from bronze.
Pressed gold sheet forming a Skythian warrior from a burial mound at Kerc, Krim peninsula, end of the 5th century BC. Replica may be used as fibula or pendant. Width: 5.9 cm / 2.3 inches.
Bronze disc with red enamel from Lagore, Co. Meath, Ireland, 8th century AD. Useable as brooch or pendant, diameter 4.1 cm. Available also in silver with blue enamel.
Irish crucifix from the 8th century AD. Heigth 4.2 cm.
Tetradrachme from the Macedonian Empire, Alexander III, 336-323 BC.
Tetradrachme from the Macedonian Empire, Alexander III, 336-323 BC. With loop, so it is useable as pendant. Zeus on the front side.
Tetradrachme from the Macedonian Empire, Alexander III, 336-323 BC. With loop, so it is useable as pendant. Head on the front side.
Small bird from the Dürrnberg near Hallein in Austria, carved from bone. 5th century BC. The copy, made in silver or bronze, has a loop on the back - so it is useable as a pendant. Length 3.5 cm.
Greek coin from Thrakia, 4th century BC. Also available as a pendant: No. 698 B. Add 2.00 Euro.
Celtic pendant from a horse harness, found at the Heidetränk-Oppidum in Hessen, Germany. Copy is reduced to a size of 3.4 cm / 1.3 inches. 1st century BC.
Celtic mount from Brno-Malomerice, Moravia, Slowacia. 3rd century BC. Length: 5.8 cm / 2.3 inches. Useable as pendant.
Celtic sheet-gold disc with central coral inlay from Uitikon-üetliberg, Zürich, Switzerland. Copy slightly enlarged, around 400 BC. Diameter: 4 cm / 1.6 inches.
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