ROMAN WOMAN’S BRACELET, 1ST-4TH CENTURY AD
Silvered bronze. Typical example of a well-known type worn by women of the middle class. Sheet bronze tapered from about 3/8” (8.0mm) width middle to the tips which are hand curled terminals. The face hand-decorated interwoven hound’s tooth bands. Very simply crafted and the work of small cottage industries. This example of 3 1/8” inner dimension. Professionally refurbished with the pure silver overlay restored for contemporary wear. Gift boxed with certificate of authenticity.