Silver Roman Arrowhead Hook Earrings (Abigail Brown Collection)
An exclusive replica design made from an original Roman bronze arrowhead, approximately 1st - 3rd Century AD (Common Era) and is also referred to as a "Trilobate" which means that it has three equal wings or blades that are typically placed at equal angles.
This trilobate Roman Arrowhead has been recreated in sterling silver as a stunning pair of dangly earrings with an antiqued finish to emulate the feeling of an ancient artifact.
Made in Cornwall, UK from solid Sterling Silver with an oxidised finish, by award winning and professional British Silversmith Abigail Brown, these hand crafted pieces are truly unique and we are pleased to launch this original hallmarked design in our shop, exclusive to Time Team.
Also available in matching Roman Arrowhead pendant necklace!
- Hook style
- Arrowhead: 24mm long x 7mm wide
- Drop length from top of hook 39mm approx.
- Material: 925 Sterling Silver, Oxidised
- Hallmarked London on back
- Created exclusively for Time Team
- Presented in small gift box with Time Team cotton drawstring bag
- Pendant necklace available to match
- Please note: All items are produced by hand and may have small variations in appearance
- Each piece is uniquely made in Cornwall, UK
- Care: clean occasionally using a blue silver cloth
Meet The Maker:
Abigail Brown has been producing contemporary designs in silver since graduating in 2001. She has exhibited internationally at venues including the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Saatchi Gallery, Goldsmiths' Hall and the German Goldsmiths' House in Hanau.
Her silverware is widely collected and is included in the public collection of National Museum Wales in Cardiff. She is a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths' and she has been granted the Freedom of the City of London.
Abigail Brown creates one off and small batch production items of silverware and jewellery. She works predominantly in silver using ancient hammer forming methods that have been in use for millennia, specialising in raising (meaning literally to 'raise' the metal from flat sheet into a vessel) to create beautiful one-off art objects and functional silverware and jewellery.
You can find out more about Abigail's work here.
Lifestyle photo credit: Georgie Holman