Harness Decoration

Celtic or Roman

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 301

With their sinuous, asymmetrical designs and swirling arrangements of commas, circles, and fan shapes, this varied group of objects conveys the pervasiveness of a Celtic aesthetic in the western provinces during the first centuries A.D.

Harness Decoration, Copper alloy, Celtic or Roman

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