A phalera was set of disks sculpted in gold, silver or bronze on a set of leather straps used as pectoral in the parades of Roman soldiers. Adjustable circumferences: chest: 81-96 cm and waist: 97-116 cm. Material: brass and leather.
The brass discs are mounted on a set of leather straps that are applied like a vest and are closed at the back. Chest circumference: from 102 to 124 cm. Waist circumference: 102-122 cm. The Roman phalera was awarded to Roman soldiers as a distinction in battles and used in parades. Material: brass, leather and wool.