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Roman Filigree 24k GP .950 Silver Hoop Earrings

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    These earrings draw inspiration from a mount for spear-shaft found in the Vermand Treasure, the most richly appointed barbarian-warrior grave ever discovered. It is believed to have belonged to the Late Roman period (3rd-5th century).           
    The original ornament is preserved in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) in New York.
    Earrings are handmade in Colombia out of .950 silver by an artisan specialized in the art of ancient filigree. Each piece is unique.


    Approx. Length: 2.1 in
    Approx. Width: 0.3 in
    Approx. Weight: 0.1 oz
    Metal Type: Gold Plated Silver
    Metal Stamp: .950 Silver

    Historical Period

    Culture: Late Roman
    Chronology: 3rd-5th century CE
    Region: Roman Empire