Greek Spectacle Fibula
Greek Spectacle Fibulas got there name because of their resemblance to eyeglasses. Spectacle fibulas first appeared in Northern Greece in the 9th century BCE. They quickly gained popularity and were later used throughout Bronze Age Europe. They were worn by both men and women, and were a often buried in graves with their owners.
The Greek Spectacle Fibulas are 1.5” tall by 5/8” wide (38 x 11 mm). They comes in bronze and sterling silver, and are available single or as a matched pair.