Gold Necklace Featuring a Roman Bronze Sestertius of Emperor Maximinus I - FJ.2746
Origin: Mediterranean
Circa: 235 AD to 238 AD
Collection: Jewelry
Style: Roman Coin Necklaces
Medium: Bronze and Gold
Additional Information: The coin was found in Geresa, Jordan.


This genuine Ancient Roman bronze coin has been mounted in a modern 18 karat gold necklace studded with diamonds and two sapphires.
The grandeur and spectacle of the classical world is evoked in this gorgeous contemporary jewel. In any place or time, its rich beauty will dazzle the senses. While empires may rise and fall, elegant luxury will never go out of style. One-of-a-kind adornment, meant for a woman who is equally unique. - (FJ.2746)



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