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Terret (Rein Guide), 1st century a.d., Celtic Britain. Copper alloy, with champlevé enamel MET

Terret (Rein Guide) | Work of Art | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

One of the most striking examples of La Tene  Celtic enamel work, will always be this incredible piece from ancient Gaul,

One of the most striking examples of La Tene Celtic enamel work, will always be this incredible piece from ancient Gaul,

Armlet

Iron Age Celtic cast bronze armlet from early La Tène, Switzerland (ca 400 BCE) x 3 x 1 gr. thickness of band in]

Bow-Shaped Brooch Celtic northern France 5th century BC silver and copper alloy

Celtic Bow-Shaped Brooch Date: century B. Geography: Made in Northern France Culture: Celtic Medium: Silver, Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 1 x 2 x in. x x cm) Classification: Metalwork-Silver

Bow Brooch, 2nd century, Roman - Champlevé enamel, bronze. Though brooches in these forms appear throughout the Roman world, the distribution of finds and the archaeological remains of workshops suggest that the major centers of production were Britain and Gaul.

Bow Brooch Date: century Culture: Roman Medium: Champlevé enamel, bronze Dimensions: Overall: 2 x x 1 in. x x cm) Classification: Enamels-Champlevé

Paillart Plaque  This ancient brooch from a horse’s harness dates to the 1st century BC. Very striking, it perfectly displays aspects of what is termed “la T...

Top 10 Amazing Celtic Treasures

Paillart-Plaque Brooch "The green patina on this brooch indicates that this was made from a bronze alloy. Inlayed with red and yellow enamel, it is argued by some that this enameling was in fact developed by the Celts"

Iceni Celtic bronze double headed goat amulet with loop. 1st cent CE. Found in Norfolk, UK.  from Patti Pat http://www.pinterest.com/pin/5911043233055887/

Iceni Celtic bronze double headed goat amulet with loop. Found in Norfolk, UK.

La Tène era ‘Celtic’ burials have recently been uncovered by archaeologists working at Buchères in north central France. Dating from the third and fourth century BC, these richly furnished Gaulish graves were discovered during topsoil stripping at the Aube Logistick Park.

A number of spectacular La Tène era ‘Celtic’ burials have recently been uncovered by archaeologist working at Buchères in north central France.

Amphora "Vix Krater", Hallstatt Celts, circa 500 BC.The Vix Krater is an imported Greek wine-mixing vessel found in the famous grave of the "Lady of Vix" in northeastern Burgundy.

The Vix Krater is an imported Greek wine-mixing vessel found in the famous grave of the "Lady of Vix" in northeastern Burgundy.

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