Etruscan Horse Head and Palm Tree after Tetradrachm Coin CufflinksPN# 7821
The cufflinks are a reproduction inspired by a silver tetradrachm coin showing the head of a horse with a palm tree on his right, both popular motifs of decoration in Ancient Etruscan culture from the Iron Age (900-700 BC) in Italy.
Made from 24 Karat gold-plate over pewter & brass. Measures 3/4 in diameter.
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