Visitors to Lynn Museum can now buy a rather unusual souvenir from the gift shop.
Norfolk Archaeology and Museum Service came up with the golden idea of creating replica necklaces of the famous Hillington Phallus,a 2,000-year-old Romano-British pendant.
Artist Sue Heaser was commissioned to create the jewellery, which is already proving to be a hit after an order was placed from a customer in Italy.
Retail and membership manager Maria Wong is now considering commissioning bracelet charms and earrings.
The necklace is on sale at the museum in Market Streetand costs £129 for a 24-carat gold piece and £39.99 for a bronze version. Museum learning assistant June Ismail is pictured displaying one.