The fibula is a clasp from the early days of robes and cloaks. It is said that the first fibulae were worn as early as the Bronze Age (around 4000 years ago). Thus it is one of the oldest garb jewelry of mankind.
The thorn of the fibula is pierced through the fabric and brought out again at a short distance. As a second step, close the brooch over the open end and turn it over one of its arms.
This clasp, also known as a fibula, is available in two sIves. It is suitable for thicker fabrics such as wool or coarse linen. The ends are curled and have a certain decorative value.
Material: Wrought Iron
Diameter: 6.5cm & 8cm