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ROMAN BRONZE FIBULA II c. A.D Enameled center raised in two steps. Rounded lobes…

ROMAN BRONZE FIBULA II c. A.D Enameled center raised in two steps. Rounded lobes…

Roman fibula w mosaic glass inlay, II c. AD, 2" x1.6". http://www.edgarlowen.com/a52/b6361.jpg

Roman fibula w mosaic glass inlay, II c. AD, 2" x1.6". http://www.edgarlowen.com/a52/b6361.jpg

ROMAN BRONZE FIBULA           II c. A.D.  Enameled center raised in two steps. Rounded lobes at all corners and at the center of each side incised with dot and circles. In the panel, bronze divider encloses two blue enameled circles. Bronze longitudinal axis with angular lines graduating in size, red enamel background (discolored to green). Hinged pin has not survived. Several lobes restored. 2"x 1.4" (51 x 38 mm)

ROMAN BRONZE FIBULA II c. A.D. Enameled center raised in two steps. Rounded lobes at all corners and at the center of each side incised with dot and circles. In the panel, bronze divider encloses two blue enameled circles. Bronze longitudinal axis with angular lines graduating in size, red enamel background (discolored to green). Hinged pin has not survived. Several lobes restored. 2"x 1.4" (51 x 38 mm)

Late Saxon Cloisonné enamel gilt copper alloy disc brooch with seven lobes, each originally containing a glass sphere. ca 900 - 1099 AD. Found in the Quidenham area of Norfolk

Late Saxon Cloisonné enamel gilt copper alloy disc brooch with seven lobes, each originally containing a glass sphere. ca 900 - 1099 AD. Found in the Quidenham area of Norfolk

Ornamental Brooch. Gallo-Roman or Romano-British, Migration period, 2nd-3rd century, bronze and champlevé enamel. Cleveland Museum of Art

Ornamental Brooch. Gallo-Roman or Romano-British, Migration period, 2nd-3rd century, bronze and champlevé enamel. Cleveland Museum of Art

A Romano-British bronze enamelled disc brooch  Circa 2nd Century A.D.

A Romano-British bronze enamelled disc brooch Circa 2nd Century A.D.

Brooch  Date:     100-300 Culture:     Roman Medium:     Champlevé enamel, bronze - The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Brooch Date: 100-300 Culture: Roman Medium: Champlevé enamel, bronze - The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Romano-British Bronze Enamelled Brooch Group    1st-2nd century AD . A mixed group of two plate brooches comprising: one a lozengiform bird with cells to the wings and tail, pin, pin-lugs and catchplate to the reverse; one a chatelaine brooch with D-shaped plate, central cone and radiating lobes, cells to the surface, pin, pin-lugs and catchplate to the reverse.

Romano-British Bronze Enamelled Brooch Group 1st-2nd century AD . A mixed group of two plate brooches comprising: one a lozengiform bird with cells to the wings and tail, pin, pin-lugs and catchplate to the reverse; one a chatelaine brooch with D-shaped plate, central cone and radiating lobes, cells to the surface, pin, pin-lugs and catchplate to the reverse.

8144. ROMANO BRITISH INLAID BROOCH, c. 3rd-4th century AD. The brooch of circular form with 6 small circles on the perimeter, all inlaid with blue, white and yellow enamels. Pin missing as usual. 1.3 inches. Much of enamel remaining. Rare.  On sale at: $1250.  Antiquity Merchant

8144. ROMANO BRITISH INLAID BROOCH, c. 3rd-4th century AD. The brooch of circular form with 6 small circles on the perimeter, all inlaid with blue, white and yellow enamels. Pin missing as usual. 1.3 inches. Much of enamel remaining. Rare. On sale at: $1250. Antiquity Merchant

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