Villa di Livia Roman garden fresco pendant necklace
From the villa of Livia, wife of Augustus. The dining room (triclinum), built partially underground to keep it cool, was decorated with a lavish fresco depicting a garden, full of flowers and fruiting trees, foliage and birds. The frescoes are now kept at the Palazzo Massimo in Rome. 1st Century BC.
Choose a 24” (60cm) silver tone chain, or an 18” (45cm) black leather cord or black organza-&-cotton cord. A pendant on a chain or organza-&-cotton cord comes in a sturdy black card gift box; a pendant on a leather cord comes in an organza bag so as not to distort the leather by tight folding.