Rabbit fibula unique Eye-Catcher
This Roman fibula in the shape of a rabbit is a genuine replica of archaeological finds from the Roman age. Fibula were, as is often assumed, a typical piece of jewelry from the Middle Ages and the Nordic peoples, such as the Vikings. The practical fibula was used even in ancient times for fastening of garments.
- Handmade article
- Size: 26 x 21 mm
- Material: bronze
- Highly polished surface
- Fine decorations
Delicate accessory and authentic replica
Our rabbit fibula, which is presented here, is a wonderful piece of jewelry made in loving manual labor. The fine decorations of the fibula correspond to the design of authentic pieces from the Roman period. The choice of bronze materials is also based on the original models. Although early fibula could have been made of gold or other precious metals, the mass was always made of bronze.
The rabbit in Roman mythology
In Roman symbology the rabbit was an image of fertility. The goddess Venus was often accompanied by different animals, like turtles and rabbits, which also symbolize her powers. In Roman times women and young girls were often decorated with fibula of this kind. Fibulas in the design of a rabbit were used to transfer the qualities of the goddess Venus to their bearers. Feminine attributes such as beauty, creativity, intuition and fertility were supposed to be enhanced by wearing a rabbit fibula.
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