The Ancient Roman women were great lovers of jewelry and would always have a trinket on them. This includes earings, bracelets, amulets, necklaces, pendants,
cameos, rings, and head jewelry lik tiaras, coronest, and diadems. Roman jewelry was copied or inspired from other countries like Egypt which were usually brooches and clasps of gold. Gold bracelets were usually snakes and were most common. Other bracelets would be found with some sort of ring and fastened with a gold pin. Necklaces were to come in all kinds of sizes and patterns, many were pendants.