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Gold Necklace Featuring a Roman Silver Denarius of Emperor Commodus - FJ.1674
Origin: Mediterranean
Circa: 177 AD to 192 AD

Collection: Jewelry
Medium: Silver and Gold


Additional Information: This coin was found near Tarsus, Asia Minor.
$3,600.00
Location: United States
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This genuine ancient coin has been set in a modern 18 karat gold pendant and strung on a necklace composed of genuine black cross star beads, garnet beads, and black onyx beads, with a 14 karat gold clasp.

The last of the Antonine Dynasty, Commodus had a flair for the dramatic. He made spectacular public appearances, dazzling the citizens of Rome with rich costumes and the rarest gems in the empire. Commodus would no doubt be pleased to find himself once again surrounded by precious jewels in the grand imperial tradition. The woman who wears this eye-catching necklace will surely have a unique taste for the dramatic as well. - (FJ.1674)

 

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