Pair of Bronze Age Coiled Bracelets.
ca. 800-600 B.C. Bronze Age Central Europe.
A lovely set of two nearly-identical bronze bracelets, each formed from a singular coiling strip of bronze with a raised central rib.
Often buried with women or children of high social status, bracelets like these were symbolic of the status of the deceased and are common finds in dig sites across Central Europe. Possibly Halstatt Culture developed from the Urnfield Culture from Central Europe, Germany and Austria and progressively became La Tene Culture, also called Celtic.
Very good condition.Size: H:133.0mm / W:134.0mm;