Brooch In the Form of a Chimera Etruscan, BC The British Museum “There are a number of surviving examples of this type of gold brooch, popular in Etruria towards the end of the sixth century BC. The type developed from the basic bow fibula,.
A golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, Ukraine, 400 BC. Depicting Scythian life and mythologies. Cast with Greek workmanship. Scythian jewelry from BC held at the Met in The weight of the piece is 1150 grams, or troy oz, or lb.