Up for sale is a wonderful antique Fatimid North African small thick & heavy Bronze 2 pieces bracelet. Museum Grade Piece from British Private Family Collection. Origin/Circa: Probably Islamic Fatimid Period in North Africa. Probably 10th-12th AD or Later. This lovely example from probably Islamic Fatimid Period in North Africa, is made of solid bronze, is heavy, and has signs of old age.The cuff/bracelet was once used as a form of Manilla currency, is beautifully engraved by hand with intricate detailing, and separates into two pieces. It has probably Fatimid period (North Africa 10th-12th AD) hand carved design with, circles and tiny engraved crescent moons etc.
Please see photos for details. Status: Private British Family Collection of Islamic Works of Art and Asian Arts. Suitable for Museums display/private collection of Islamic, Middle Eastern and Arabic antiques.
There is also a hole to be able to put a dowel/pin in as well if desired to lock the bracelet. It is in nice antique condition with gorgeous ware from age and measures Approximately 7cm wide/dia.It is an antique item and it has age related wear, marks and signs and patina. It is in good condition from private family collection, London, UK.
For condition please see photos. Photos are part of description.Thank you for viewing this item. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Islamic/Middle Eastern". The seller is "100ajiz" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to all countries in Europe, United States, Japan, Canada, Australia.