Much sought after by collectors, Spiral Brooches and armbands are archetypal Bronze Age historical artifacts.
The brooches are typically formed of a pair of flat-sectioned bronze spirals, much like this example in the Metropolitan Museum, New York. However, our piece is made of just a single spiral forming a coiled rod and may have been used as a discoid bead or brooch.
Between 3000 and 3500 years old, this piece would make a great addition to any collection
SMALL BRONZE AGE SPIRAL BROOCH
Formerly the property of an English gentleman, acquired on the antiquities market before 2010.