In Roman fashion hairpins were given a special stance. No women that cared about herself would go anywhere without one. Especially the women of the Roman upper classes were very particular about their hairpins. Hairpins could be made of virtually every material. Some were made of precious metals, some of ivory and some of bone. Just like it is the case with the item at hand. Oftentimes those hairpins were neatly carved and showed delicate images. This hairpin for example shows a hand holding a pomegranate. A common theme in Roman fashion.
Pins like this are especially suited for reenactors and people that like to dress up as Romans. It also makes for a good present for the women of your heart! So, do not hesitate and purchase your hand-carved hairpin today!
Pomegranate Hairpin Facts
- Made from polished Bone
- Modeled after real archaeological finds
- 100% manufactured by hand
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