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Constantius Gallus Coin, Freshwater Pearl & Silver Necklace

$ 975.00

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This unique statement necklace seamlessly blends the warm, earthy tones of copper and green freshwater pearls with sterling silver accents. 

At the heart of the necklace hangs the Constantius Gallus coin* (325/326-354 A.D.) pendant, beautifully set in sterling silver. This distinctive addition not only adds historical allure but also transforms the necklace into a wearable work of art – a true conversation starter for the woman with a penchant for the eclectic.

Sterling silver lobster clasp, ensuring both security and ease of wear. Length adjustable from 16 to 18 inches.

Elevate your style and stand out in the crowd in this one-of-a-kind necklace!


This coin has been certified by a professional numismatist and you will receive proof of authentication.


*(325/326 – 354A.D.) Son of Julius Constantius by his first wife Galla, Gallus’ paternal grandparents were Western Roman Emperor Constantius Chlorus and his second wife Flavia Maximiana Theodora.  Julius Constantius was also a half-brother of Roman Emperor Constantine I and thus Gallus was a first cousin of Emperors Constantine II, Constantius II and Constans. Gallus was very good looking, with soft blond hair.

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