Key fob Roman gladiator helmet
Put on your keys a key ring with he motive of a Roman gladiator. With these extraordinary model your receive a key ring with a motive characterising the Roman history. The key fob made out of pure tin is fabricated detailed and shows a helmet, how the gladiators wore for their fights in the Roman Empire. The key ring in total measures nine centimetres. The fixation is designed in snake chain form. The gladiator helmet is fastened with a quality security. As fixation is used a ring.
- casted out of pewter
- with ring circa 9 cm, without ring circa 3 cm
- detailed work
- fixation in snake chain form
- fastening a ring
The key fob with distinctive motive
The Roman gladiators, how the professional fighters as well were called, had their gladiators' fights called after them on frequently visited, public places. Gladiators' fights were part of life and culture of the capital Rome at that time. Many citizens were entertained by the plays of the gladiators. The fights between humans or with animals were part of the fixed program of many events. According to tradition Julius Caesar often equipped the gladiators with armaments out of silver. Often the helmets were fabricated out of tinned steel. The helmets served as protection of the fighters. With that the protection for the face could be fixed with hinges and be secured with revolving fastenings.
Roman tradition in a key fob
The key fob with the helmet of a Roman gladiator reminds of strength and security, which had to offer protection for the head of its fighter. Entrust it with your keys!
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