Gilt bronze tear-shaped mount or pendant inlaid with 3 garnets; small perforation at top & bottom, the lower one damaged.


Thing

Made Of
garnet, copper alloy, gold
Type of Thing
pendant, mount
Techniques
gilded, cloisonné (inlay), inlaid, pierced

People

Acquired From
FitzGerald, Otho Augustus to The British Museum
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Hillier, George Alexander

Place

Found In
Chessell Down

Time

Acquired In
1867
Made
6thC
Period/Culture
Early Anglo-Saxon

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