Etruscan and Greek brooches fibula

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Etruscan bronze fibula, pair of fibula, 11.9 and 1.8 cm long. Private collection

Etruscan bronze fibula, pair of fibula, 11.9 and 1.8 cm long. Private collection

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Phrygian bronze fibula, 6th century B.C. 2.5 cm long. Private collection

Phrygian bronze fibula, 6th century B.C. 2.5 cm long. Private collection

Greek bronze brooch Greek fibula, 6th-4th century B.C. 3.6 cm long. Private collection

Greek bronze brooch Greek fibula, 6th-4th century B.C. 3.6 cm long. Private collection

Greek bronze fibula Greek brooch, 6th-4th century B.C. 4.2 cm long max. Private collection

Greek bronze fibula Greek brooch, 6th-4th century B.C. 4.2 cm long max. Private collection

Luristan bronze fibula, 4.8 cm long. Private collection

Luristan bronze fibula, 4.8 cm long. Private collection

Greek bronze fibula Greek brooch detail of connection between part, Thessalian type, 9.7 cm long. Private collection

Greek bronze fibula Greek brooch detail of connection between part, Thessalian type, 9.7 cm long. Private collection

Greek  fibula, 8th century B.C. Thessalian. On the obverse a prancing horse, its body covered with engraved tremolo patterns, on the reverse a lion with six huge fangs, long tongue, his body likewise covered with engraved tremolo patterns, is about to ingurgitate the head and neck of a man 8 cm. George Ortiz collection

Greek fibula, 8th century B.C. Thessalian. On the obverse a prancing horse, its body covered with engraved tremolo patterns, on the reverse a lion with six huge fangs, long tongue, his body likewise covered with engraved tremolo patterns, is about to ingurgitate the head and neck of a man 8 cm. George Ortiz collection

Greek plate fibula with engraved decoration, 750-700 B.C. 14.5 cm long. Private collection

Greek plate fibula with engraved decoration, 750-700 B.C. 14.5 cm long. Private collection

Luristan bronze fibula, 8th-7th century B.C. semi circular fibula shaped like an arm ornamented with lobes with the end clasping the tip of the pin. This early iranian type was probably intoduced from Anatolia (Phrygia), 7.9 cm long. Private collection

Luristan bronze fibula, 8th-7th century B.C. semi circular fibula shaped like an arm ornamented with lobes with the end clasping the tip of the pin. This early iranian type was probably intoduced from Anatolia (Phrygia), 7.9 cm long. Private collection

Greek fibula, 5th century B.C. 4 cm long. Harward Art Museum

Greek fibula, 5th century B.C. 4 cm long. Harward Art Museum

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