Small silver proto hand-pin with ringed off-set head, on upper part of which are three beads divided by four stamped collars, the lower is a flat plate with a panel of reserved ornament of two lobed spirals springing from a central pelta, This has the remains of niello inlay. The back of the beads is flat with three pairs of radiating incised lines. The main shank is broken off below a slight swelling.

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Thing

Exhibition
G41 Sutton Hoo & Europe
Made Of
niello, silver
Type of Thing
proto hand-pin
Techniques
cast, nielloed, incised, stamped, inlaid

People

Place

Found In
Welton le Wold
In Gallery
G41/dc16

Time

Acquired In
2002
Made
350-450
Period/Culture
Celtic, Romano-British, Early Medieval

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