Etruscan Revival Pendant


This jewelry is adapted from a brooch in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. During the nineteenth-century, the Roman firm of Castellani retailed ornaments inspired by the past and simultaneously helped their collector-clients build ancient jewelry collections. Their close contact with Etruscan jewelry resulted in their mastery of ancient techniques like granulation and twisted wirework.

Materials: pewter with gold finish, capped silk cord included
Silk Cord Length: 36″
Adapted from the collections at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Made in United States of America

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