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clasp "Ave maria" Circa 1200-1300

Size of buckle:

  • 2,6cm

Description:
While clasps are intended to fasten garments, the size of this original suggests a decorative use, or a use for very light garments. Engraved in lombardic characters we can read “AVE MARIA GRATIA PLENA IVAN”. Circa 1200-1300.

Materila: brass
Made by Marshal Historical

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