The Pliska Rosette is a seven-pointed bronze rosette found in Pliska, the medieval capital of Bulgaria in 1961. It is dated by archeologists to the 7th-9th century.
It is in the shape of a seven-pointed star and 38 mm in diameter. It is inscribed with Proto-Bulgar signs of the Murfatlar type. Each ray is inscribed with two signs and a IYI symbol can be seen on the back.
The vector reconstruction of the Pliska Rosette could be of use for graphic designers and publishers as well as to people interested in the medieval history of arts.