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Bronze Sestertius Of Roman Emperor Gordian III - FJ.4101
Origin: Jordan (Geresa)
Circa: 238 AD to 244 AD

Collection: Roman
Medium: ronze-Peridot-Bronze

Location: United States
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This ancient coin is set in a pendant of 18 karat gold and strung in a necklace of genuine carved peridot beads, with an 18 karat gold clasp.

The hand of nature and that of man have worked together to create a sensational jewel. At its heart is an imperial Sestertius, minted at the peak of the Roman Empire. The passage of centuries has patinated this coin to a rich green hue, which perfectly expresses the melancholic grandeur of a vanished world. The aged bronze is complimented by the rich green of peridot. This gemstone was beloved of the Romans, and it is easy to see why: its beauty is classic. The woman who wears this necklace is certain to be a classic in her own right.
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