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1 st to 2nd Century, Large Iron Age Tinned Brooch,
Fluegelfibel (Winged Fibula)
49.5grams 145 mm.
Mostly from the area of Noricum (now the Austrian/Bavarian/Italian areas) this and other similar artefacts are described as being from the Celtic Hallstatt culture. Pin missing, but this type of large brooch is very rare, especially with all the catch-plate intact.
£220 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask first)
Romano-British Enamelled Button or Fitment, 1st - 2nd Century
A beautifully well preserved piece of Romano-British history. Most of the blue enamelling is intact and consists of a circular bronze form with central raised finial within a panel of white enamel, then a border of white and blue enamel in a floral motif.
The reverse has a single large fixing loop. 27mm x 12mm, 15g.
Prov: Ex Hanson's
£280 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
Viking Bronze Brooch, 9th-10th Century, Scandinavian
A beautiful omega fibula with angular ends and decorated band. These brooches were used on the shoulder or chest to close a cloak. 54mm, 28.7g. Condition: Very fine, with areas of verdigris.
£125 (P&P FREE to Uk, other locations please ask)
Roman, Enamelled Stag Brooch, Pin Missing, 2nd-3rd Century
This lovely example of an multicoloured, enamelled bronze stag brooch is unfortunately incomplete, but this doesn't detract from its beauty. 38mm x 35mm.
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£175 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations ask)
Roman, Bronze Dolphin Brooch, Sprung Hinge but Pin Missing, 1st - 2nd Century
This beautiful Roman bronze dolphin brooch (in the round) has detailed annular eyes and triangular fins and splayed tail; unfortuately the pin is missing on the sprung hinge. 41mm x 16mm x 28mm, 12.9g.
Prov: Ex TimeLine Auctions
£200 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
There are four knops to the edges and one has a head loop that is unfortunately broken. Pin missing.
32mm x 27mm x 10mm
Found Yorkshie. Ex TimeLine Auctions.
£130 (+P&P, non-UK locations please ask first)
Iron Age/Celtic La Tene Bronze Fibula, 3rdC BC
Type II brooch with twisted return foot. Pin intact, fine condition. 5.5cm x 3cm.
£45 (P&P free to UK)
Iron Age 6th-3rdC BC Bronze Brooch, Iberian Type
With single coil spring and conical knop. End of pin missing so it doesn't quite reach the clasp. Beautiful light green patina. 29mm x 4mm.
£30 (P&P free to UK)
RARE Equal-Ended Roman Enamelled Bronze Plate Brooch, 2nd-3rdC AD
Only one other similar type found in the references, two conjoined openwork discs with central joining disc, flat faced. Red enamel remaining and threequarters of pin present, although bent. Further pictures on request.
32mm x 13mm x 7mm.
£60 (P&P Free to UK)
Roman Oval Plate Brooch, Enamelled, 2nd-3rdC AD
Bronze oval brooch with alternating red and green enammelling with a one time but now worn paste intaglio centre. Attachment fitting present but pin missing.
26mm x 20mm x6mm.
Roman Ring with Thin Round Section Band & Citrine Intaglio Engraved with a Lotus Flower, 2nd -3rdC AD
Oval bezel engraved with lotus flower. The band is complete and made of copper. A small finger size of about 'K' (15mm) would indicate it was for a women or child. Wearable with care. A stunning little ring from the collection of Michael Green in Devon.
SOLD £100 (P&P free to UK)