Ακροκεραμα (akrokerama) is the name given to typical designs found in terracotta on neo-classical buildings to decorate the edge of roof-tops. This motif is typical of Corinthian rhythm (borrowed also on Corinthian columns in classical architecture).
Over-all a very impressive and fine piece of jewelry.
|Historic Period||Era: Classical|
|Material||Solid Sterling Silver|
|Length (top to bottom)||50 mm (1 and 31⁄32in)|
|Width||36 mm (1 and 27⁄64in)|