Measurements: 7.7 cm - length


Description: An European Bronze Age copper alloy spectacle fastener, formed of a round-sectioned smooth rod spiralled tightly into two hair-spring coils connected by loop. This type of fastener was widely distributed from the Balkans to Greece and Italy.


Reference: The British Museum


Period: Circa 16th-6th Century BC


Condition: Very fine, intact, and exceptionally well preserved. With appealing green patination.

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