Lunuale Roma, small
Lunuale Roma, small
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Lunuale Roma, small
Lunuale Roma, small

Lunuale Roma, small

A small bezel that you will not want to take off! Symbol of femininity and fertility in the crescent moon.



A lunar inspired by a Roman lunette found in England. Very similar finds are, for example, from: Poltava - Ukraine, 12th - 13th century, Novgorod - Russia, 13th century, etc.

We were looking for an explanation of the balls that are at the ends of the tips of the crescent, and from practice we believe that thanks to them, it will not pierce the skin. Which is great, because when you put it in your favorite necklace, you'll always wear it.

It is a popular, typically feminine piece of jewelry and has often been hung, for example, with glass beads. The symbol of the lunette can be seen in all cultures, especially among the Slavs, but it was also popular with the Vikings. The symbolism of the woman in the crescent moon.

Size: 2.5 x 2.3 cm

Weight 2.7g

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Early Middle Ages
The Great Moravia
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