Roman Solid Gold Child’s Bangle


A Roman solid gold banded bangle created from a continuous rod of metal. The band tapers at two points, creating an elongated rhomboid effect. The small size of the bangle would lead one to assume it once belonged to a child.

Date: Circa 2nd - 5th century AD
Condition: Excellent condition

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SKU: AH-943 Category:

As in many ancient societies, jewellery was an important social marker used to demonstrate wealth. As a result of the expansion of the Roman Empire, Roman jewellery became more and more elaborate in its designs and materials used, such as precious and semi-precious gemstones. Roman jewellery often reflected the culture the Romans came into contact with, and can be viewed as a testament to the prosperity and power of the Roman Empire.

Weight 3.32 g
Dimensions W 2.6 cm



Reference: For Similar signs: The Metropolitan Museum, New York, item 22.139.70

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