Tourmaline and Hematita Bead Necklace Featuring a Roman Silver Denarius of Emperor Vespasian - FJ.4099 - For Sale
Tourmaline and Hematita Bead Necklace Featuring a Roman Silver Denarius of Emperor Vespasian - FJ.4099
Circa: 69 AD to 79 AD
Style: Beaded Coin Necklaces
Medium: Silver and Gold
Additional Information: The coin was found in Samaria, Israel.
It was Vespasian who built the Colosseum, which for centuries has awed visitors to Rome. Ruling at the height of the empire, this great emperor understood how to make a dramatic and lasting impression on the world. With his portrait set in this exquisite necklace, Vespasian is once again creating a sensation. The glow of ancient silver is framed by radiant gold and set amid the subtle brilliance of tourmaline and hematite beads. A jewel of timeless beauty, it is destined to adorn a woman who makes an enduring impression of her own. - (FJ.4099)