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Early Imperial Romain Bronze Statuette of a Dwarf Warrior from the 1st-2nd century A.D. In very good condition with an interesting dark brown patina. The dagger is broken and the blade lost.
Imperial Romain Bronze Statuette of a Dwarf Silene from the 1st-2nd century A.D. In very good condition with superb patina even if the right hand is lost.
This bronze cast Applique in the shape of the Bust of Herakles is slightly hollow in the lower part. Given its semicircular outline, it is thought to have been part of a bed decoration (fulcrum).
This solid bronze ring is composed of an almost circular loop and an elliptical cabochon. It is decorated with an incised figure that can be easily identified by his attributes as the god Hermes, associated with Mercury (Mercurius) by the Romans.
This charming bronze statuette (full cast) represents a young draped woman in motion (the weight of her body rests on the right leg).
This cross, which can still be opened and closed, is composed of two bronze boxes that were molded and held by hinges. A thick suspension ring enabled the encolpion to be worn as a pendant.
This bronze cast vessel was polished, while the handles and decorations were hammered and/or decorated in repoussé.
This idol is composed of three elements separated from each other: the bottle-shaped base, the cylindrical stem and the standard with the stylized animals.
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