This necklace features a very unique and rare bronze female votive pendant from the ancient Roman empire and dates to the 1st century CE. It came from a private 1970s Eastern European collection. It is believed that this female figure could be a representation of one of the Roman Goddesses.The ancient Roman glass turned in to beads were found on the famous Silk Road and were originally broken bowls, vessels, cups and more. They all date between the 4th to 7th century CE. The handmade copper patina clasp is from Mykonos, Greece.
Approximately 27.5 inches (69.9 cm) long.