The openwork disks and multiple pendants are typical features of later Roman jewelry. The central rosettes and lower ends of the pendants were once probably strung with pearls. Between these two elements are addorsed dolphins, another very popular motif in this period.
Yeroulanou, Aimilia. 1999. Diatrita: Gold Pierced-work Jewellery from the 3rd to the 7th century, Benaki Museum, ed. no. 429, pp. 112-3, 273, fig. 199, Athens.