Sterling silver bracelet with 5 authentic Roman coins (2nd-3rd cent) depicting Empresses

  • • Handmade 100% Made in Italy • 5 Authentic Roman Coins (2nd-3rd Cent. AD) • Band material: Sterling Silver 925

This sterling silver bracelet has been set with 5 authentic Roman coins (denarii) dating back to the 2nd and 3rd century AD, depicting Roman empresses (except for the last coin, the one depicting Julia Mamea, who was the mother of Emperor Alexander Severus, not his wife!) The coins depict:

Sabina, wife of Emperor Hadrian
Faustina senior, wife of the Emperor Antoninus Pius
Faustina Junior, wife of Emperor Marc'Aurelio
Julia Domna, wife of Emperor Septimius Severus
Giulia Mamea, mother of the Emperor Alexander Severus

On the other side of the coins we can see:
the Concordia behind Sabina
Ceres behind Faustina senior
"Saeculi felicit (happy century)" behind Faustina junior
Fecunditas behind Giulia Mamea

The bracelet is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity proving the origin of the coins from the Roman world and an explanation for each coin.