Copper alloy cauldron handle clip. Fragment of the handle attachment. Has three round ribs with two low side-flanges that is characteristic of this type. A small part of the rim-grip still survives on the foot of the attachement. The form matches the other handle attachment (1981,1104.49) found in the Petters hoard and are probably of the same vessel. The fragment is in good condition with a dark green patina.

An00781849 001 l


Made Of
copper alloy
Type of Thing
sample, cauldron, handle


Found In
Petters Sport Field


Acquired In
1000BC - 800BC
Late Bronze Age

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