Migration Period Bronze Openwork Plaque with a significant Male portrait in very Realistic style on the both sides!

Description
Migration Period Bronze Openwork Plaque with a significant Male portrait in very Realistic style on the both sides!
7th.-8th. Century AD.

Migration Period Bronze Openwork Plaque with a significant Male portrait in very realistic style. Interestingly the same portrait appears on the reverse side like a mirror which confirms the masterfull work from the engraver.
Probably a part of a bigger composition and still very impressive because of the style and the specific portrait characteristics!
With a lovely olive-green natural patina.
Could be worn as a Pendant.

Material:Bronze.
Date: 7th.-8th. Century AD.
Size:5,3cm.

Item No.N13

Purchased by the current owner in 2011 in Austria, Wien from Collector fair.

Collected Since:1980's.

Previous owners history: Old Austrian Private Collection.

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Lot details
Culture
Migration Period
Material
Bronze
Object
Openwork Plaque with a significant Male portrait in very Realistic style on the both sides!
Century/ Timeframe
7th.-8th. Century AD.
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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