RJ1802

A pair of Julia Domna Denarius (ca. 196 - 217 AD) set as earrings

A pair of Roman silver coins for Julia Domna, the wife of Emperor Septimius Severus, the obverse depicting her in profile facing right, with coiffed hair and draped bust, with IVLIA to the left and AVGVSTA to the right.  Each coin is professionally set in a 14 karat gold earring with a flashing marquise diamond featured below.

Dimensions: Length: 7/8 inch (2.2 cm), Weight: 6.2 g

Condition:  Intact and in very good condition overall.

Provenance: Ex. private collection of S.H., Washington state, acquired in the 1990's.

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