A restrung Ancient Roman necklace composed of circular and tubular beads of different hues of green. Each bead is unique in translucency, colour, texture, and shape ranging from small circular to long cylindrical shapes which creates a wonderful mosaic-like impression. The necklace features a pendant-like formation at its centre, composed of five beads slightly larger in size. The largest one is of a triangular shape with a small disc shaped bead at the end. Such necklaces testify to the popularity of glass ornaments across the Roman Empire. The necklace is finished with a silver clasp (please be aware the clasp has not been professionally tied).
Date: Circa 1st – 3rd Century AD