Whether you are dressing up as a decadent Roman citizen, bold gladiator, powerful Greek orator, or disciplined Hellenistic soldier, you can find excellent Greek and Roman accessories for your look here. Our Greek and Roman necklaces and pendants come in a variety of styles, many of them featuring popular motifs and symbols from Greek and Roman mythology and culture, such as owls, serpents, coins, Medusa, and more. Crafted from fine materials like pewter and gold, many of these historical Greek and Roman pendants show off either a polished or antiqued finish to give you options. Other pieces are crafted with beads, enamel, and faux gems for a colorful look. These Roman and Grecian necklaces and pendants make great finishing touches when paired with other pieces of our Greek and Roman jewelry, so be sure to take a moment to browse for accessories for your next toga party!
Many people believe that coins can bring a bit of luck. Wear the Aadi Coin Necklace on your next adventure whether you are in medieval or modern garb. This necklace makes a wonderful personal accessory, especially for fantasy events.
This necklace chain is made with an antique brass finish and will perfectly match any of our pendants that come in the antique brass finish. The perfect accessory to get with your new pendant. It has a lobster claw clasp closure.
Roman nobles may wish to look as fierce or beautiful as the goddess of war herself. Wear the Bellona Roman Linked Necklace with your striking outfit. This necklace looks great in a variety of modern and historically inspired costumes.
Based on the staff of classic god Hermes, the Caduceus has since become a symbol for healing. Featuring two snakes intertwined around a winged staff, wear this elegant charm to promote wellbeing in your own life.
This necklace chain is made with a gold finish and will perfectly match any of our pendants that come in the gold finish. The perfect accessory to get with your new pendant. It has a lobster claw clasp closure.
In Roman times, dolphins and other sea creatures were very popular, and were often depicted on jewelry like this Gold Plated Dolphin Necklace. This accessory is depicted on an informational card that features historical facts on the back.
This is a gold plated pewter reproduction of a 22ct gold plated Greek owl coin supplied on a necklace. The information on the reverse of the card describes how Greek mythology appears on Greek jewelry designs and coinage.
This Greek owl is made from lead-free pewter, plated in 22ct gold and is supplied on a waxed cord. The information card is full color on the front and has historical information on the reverse. It makes for a great personal accessory.
This Medusa Pendant is made from lead-free pewter and is 22ct gold plated and is supplied on a waxed cord. The information card is full color on the front and has historical information on the reverse.
The initials SPQR (Senatus Populusque Romanus), meaning The Senate and people of Rome, were put on buildings, army standards, and coins. It was the mark of the Roman Empire that can still be seen today on buildings in Rome.
Since ancient times, goddesses have been represented as symbols of protection. The Hecate Goddess Necklacedepicts the powerful Greek guardian of the crossroads in her signature triplicate form, showing her own mysterious might.
In Greek mythology, during the trials of Heracles, the lake of Lerna was home to an unkillable monster known as the Hydra. For every head cut from its body, two more would grow there. The Hydra Necklace depicts this monstrosity.