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ROMAN GOLD BULLA PENDANT

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Lot 0046 Details

Description
Ca.300-400 AD. A hollow-formed gold bulla pendant, biconvex with ribbed loop. Good condition; wearable; 27x20mm; 1.0638x 0.788 in; 1.8g; Provenance: Property of a professional Ancient art and jewelry expert; previously with a London gallery; initially from a private British collection formed in the 1970-1990.
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ROMAN GOLD BULLA PENDANT

Estimate £350 - £500Mar 29, 2020
Starting Price £300
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