This 2000 year old bronze coin is set in sterling silver, then finished with freshwater pearls, allowing this artifact to be admired. The necklace comes with a certification card for the coin giving a description of the Empire it is from.
Flavius Julius Constans (337-350 A.D.) In 337 he succeeded his father (Constantine The Great), jointly with his older brothers Constantine II an Constantius II, receiving Italy, Pannonia and Africa as his portion. Constans was tolerant of Judaism but promulgated an edict banning pagan sacrifices in 341. In 341 – 2, Constans led a successful campaign against Franks.
- Chain length: 19”
- Chain material: freshwater pearls
- Pendant size: 3/4 inch round (excluding the bale)
- Setting material: sterling silver