Byzantine crescent earrings

    SKU: cmcj90070

    £35.00 Members' price *


    A pair of gold plated earrings moulded from originals in the British Museum's collection, dating from around 600 AD.

    The original pair of Early Byzantine gold earrings are said to have been found at Lambousa, Cyprus and made about AD 600. The traditional half moon shape is decorated with a fine open-work floral scroll pattern. Read more about the original pair in the Department of Britain, Europe and Prehistory.


    Product code: cmcj90070
    Price category: £25 to £50
    World culture: Byzantine Empire
    Details: Please note, pierced earrings cannot be returned for hygiene reasons.
    Material: 22ct gold plated brass
    Size: 3.5cm
    Weight: 0.024kg
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