Celtic Mirror “Etruscan” – Angel (Large )

Celtic Mirror “Etruscan” – Angel (Large )

Celtic Mirror “Etruscan” – Angel (Large )

The Celtic Mirrors were created between 300 B.C. to 70 A.D. and were made of bronze, iron, or a combination of both, and they are believed to have been the possessions of high-born women.The mirrors were given a distinctive form of art by the Celts.This mirror is closely inspired by a historical example (cir. 470-450 B.C.), which can be found in the Art Institute of Chicago. It depicts the winged goddess Eos carrying her son Memnon, after he was slain by Achilles in the Trojan War.It is completely usable for reenactment purposes or for personal usage.

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Product ID: 5178

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Material: Bronze

The Mirror comes with a bag.

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