Copper alloy belt mount:sheet metal octagonal plate with central glass cabochon.
- Excavated/Findspot: Buckland, Grave 335 Cemetery
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Kent,Dover,Buckland (Dover))
- Weight: 1.1 grammes
Excavated June - September 1994
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
Cast copper alloy buckle: D-shaped loop of semi-circular section, ornamented with two bands of incised transverse lines at each end of the narrow bar for the attachment of club-shaped tongue. Tongue has central ridge, and large hook underneath; ransverse ridges at base, rounded tip with incised transverse and diagonal lines.
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Object reference number: MCS21120
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