Roman Fresco (1st century AD) of the House of the Golden Bracelet, Pompeii.
It takes its name from the discovery of a gold bracelet weighing 610 gr. and now on display, consisting of two snake heads holding a disk with the image of the Goddess Selene (of the moon). The fresco with the most accurate representation of a III style garden has been meticulously restored in detail. Made of bright colors, it has now become an icon of the Pompeian garden.
- Dimensions: 3 x 2 x 0,07 inch (7.8cm x 5.2cm x 0.2cm)
- Weight: 0,6 lb (0.3g)
Produced in Italy