ANTIK buckle - Brass omega brooche fibula from Roman provinces
ANTIK buckle - Brass omega brooche fibula from Roman provinces
ANTIK buckle - Brass omega brooche fibula from Roman provinces
ANTIK buckle - Brass omega brooche fibula from Roman provinces
ANTIK buckle - Brass omega brooche fibula from Roman provinces
ANTIK buckle - Brass omega brooche fibula from Roman provinces

ANTIK buckle - Brass omega brooche fibula from Roman provinces

Phallic switch brooch, replica, 1st century BC - 3rd century AD, Celtic period.

$37.08

Description

Roman fashion loves these phallic symbols. Roman soldiers, in particular, wore jewelry adorned with... well, you get the picture 😉 🍆

They were symbols of fertility, male strength and were supposed to protect against bewitchment! In fact, the sight of this symbol was supposed to ensure the knocking of women's eyes, including witches!


Use it to fasten cloaks, scarves, wraps. You can have it just as an ornament on your tunic or use it to hang some small objects.

You can find them among the Romans, Greeks, Spaniards, in Germany, England and Northern Europe.

3,5 - 4,5 cm

Product Details

Period
Antiquity 4000 BC - 7th century AD.
Material
Brass
Culture
Celts
DBBRO-009
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