Silver mount (from vessel rim?): a strip with a moulded, long-eared animal head and curved rod at one end, and broken at the other across a rivet hole; one of the animal's eyes still holds a blue glass cabochon and there is a rivet hole thru the brow; decorated with a crouching animal in Trewhiddle Style with a round head and raised hackles, the body decorated with small punched triangles and a small rectangle behind the head; traces of niello in the engraved background.

An00020509 001 l

Thing

Made Of
glass, silver, niello
Type of Thing
vessel, mount
School
Trewhiddle style
Subject
animal
Techniques
cabochon cut, moulded, engraved, nielloed

People

Place

Found In
Thruxton

Time

Acquired In
2004
Made
9thC(mid)
Period/Culture
Late Anglo-Saxon

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