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Roman Historical Giftware
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Roman Stitched Leather Stud Bracelet 5.50 each
Roman Stitched Leather Stud Bracelet
This Roman style leather bracelet comes in two designs and is supplied on a card.
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Roman Temple Enamelled Pendant - Gold Plated 16.25 each
Roman Temple Enamelled Pendant - Gold Plated
Gold plated pewter Roman Temple pendant with an enamel gem supplied on a gold chain. The pendant is presented in a luxury box with double-sided information card.
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Roman Thimble 4.05 each
Roman Thimble
A reproduction of a Roman thimble supplied in a clear box with information card, explaining about the first Roman thimbles and how they were made.
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Roman Torc - Gold Plated 3.25 each
Roman Torc - Gold Plated
Gold plated torc supplied with an information card that describes how torcs were worn during Roman times and also about the mosaic on the front of the card.
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Roman Torc - Silver Plated 2.90 each
Roman Torc - Silver Plated
Silver plated torc supplied with an information card that describes how torcs were worn during Roman times and also about the mosaic on the front of the card.
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Roman Trajan Coin Pendant 3.25 each
Roman Trajan Coin Pendant
Reproduction Trajan pewter coin supplied on a silver chain. The information on the reverse of the fold-over card describes how Roman jewellery was created with Greek and Etruscan influences.
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Scorpion Gem Pendant - Gold Plated 4.05 each
Scorpion Gem Pendant - Gold Plated
Gold plated scorpion with gem between claws supplied on a waxed cord. The information on the reverse of the card describes how the scorpion was a symbol used by the Praetorian Guard.
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Scorpion Gem Pendant - Pewter 3.25 each
Scorpion Gem Pendant - Pewter
Pewter scorpion with gem between claws supplied on a waxed cord. The information on the reverse of the card describes how the scorpion was a symbol used by the Praetorian Guard.
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