Rowel spur of iron with a tiny, five-pointed rowel, and a short,curved neck. The sides of flattened D-section are straight and narrow to the front where they end in perpendicular figure-of-eight terminals; these retain three strap attachments and a buckle with a flaring D-shaped frame. The sides are encrusted with silver ornament including two faces. The spur is corroded and in excavated condition.

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Thing

Made Of
silver, iron
Type of Thing
rowel-spur
Techniques
encrusted

Place

Found In
Gloucestershire
Made In
England

Time

Acquired In
1810
Made
1700

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