Hooked tag made of silver; triangular, with two rivet holes at the wider end. The right hole has broken out and the corner of the object is missing. The tag is decorated with (probably incised) lobed and scrolled foliate ornament that possibly represents a face or mask and the two longer side edges are lightly ribbed. The back is plain.

An00021900 001 l

Thing

Made Of
niello, silver
Type of Thing
hooked tag
Techniques
nielloed, incised

People

Acquired From
Lee, Ian to The British Museum

Place

Found In
Burmarsh
Made In
England

Time

Acquired In
2001
Made
9thC(mid)
Period/Culture
Late Anglo-Saxon

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