Bronze Age European Fibula

An ancient Bronze Age European fibula formed from six lengths of wire, joined together by three straps, each section terminating into an elaborate spiral of circular-sectioned wire.

Late Bronze Age, Central Europe.
Hallstatt, ca. 1200 - 900 BC.
Length: 9 3/4 in. (24.8 cm).
Formerly in a New York private collection.
Inv#: 8858
Guaranteed Authentic


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