Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)
Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)
Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)
Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)
Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)
Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)
Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)
Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)

Genuine Ancient Roman Coin Necklace (Septimus Severus; 192-211 A.D.)

Regular price $430.00
This delicate charm necklace features a genuine Roman Septimus Severus coin set with a 14k gold filled bezel setting (reversible - photos 1 & 2). From around 192-211 A.D., this coin has made quite the journey to get here! The coin rests on a 14k gold filled rope chain perfect for everyday wear.

* Septimus Severus Denarius Coin - Emesa (Homs, Syria) mint - Back: Moon & 7 Stars
* Necklace Length: 16 or 18 inches
* Pendant Drop: 26mm/1.02 inches
* Pendant Width: 17mm/0.67 inches
* 14k Gold Filled Spring Ring Clasp

** PLEASE NOTE: This is the exact coin you will receive! As all of these ancient coins were made by hand (and have aged about 1700 years), they all have unique shapes and printings; and are therefore one of a kind. I have included a link to the rest of our ancient coin necklaces below!

*** NOTE: Necklace comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Septimus Severus - Born in Leptis Magna (Libya) in Rome's African Province, he was the first Roman Emperor to come from outside of the European continent. He led many successful military campaigns; and re-unified the Roman empire by ending the civil wars throughout the region. As a result, he upped soldiers' pay by raising taxes - these higher tax policies he put into place are credited with the eventual demise of the Roman empire.

Reverse: Moon & Star - this symbolism was seen with one star, 3 stars, five stars, or at most 7 stars; symbolizing the celestial bodies. The Severian dynasty was known for being a little obsessed with astronomy.