A pair of gold fibulae of Haslau-Regelsbrunn type, late Urnfield Culture, 10th – 9th century B.C.
Works of Art, Antiquities, Asian and Russian Art | O95kua | Online auction | 391 Lots
DescriptionThe spectacle fibulae made of a single piece of gold wire. Two spirals are connected at the centre by a figure of eight link. The pin extending from the end of the wire inside the spiral on one side, the pin holder on the other side. Width 5.2 and 5.5 cm. Weighing 13.05 g and 13.06 g respectively.
Provenance: South German private collection.
Condition: I - Questions about the lot?