Bracelet. Topped by a pancamukha lingam, flanked by a trisula and a crouching Nandi. The whole of the rest of the outer rim is decorated with tiny emblems, figures and floral motifs. Made of cast bronze.
- Found/Acquired: Nepal
- (Asia,South Asia,Nepal)
- Diameter: 7.5 centimetres
- Thickness: 2.5 centimetres
19 May 1993
Reason for treatment
Light clean, remove substance inside.
Surface dirt and grime, especially in crevices. Remnants of ?adhesive from old label adhering to the inside.
Cleaned manually using pin vice. Cleaned chemically using Diethylenetriaminepenta acetic acid pentasodium salt applied on swabs. Washed in warm tap water with 1% Synperonic n (Non ionic detergent, nonylphenol ethylene oxide condensate) added, applied using toothbrush. Brushed using bristle brush with a small amount of Renaissance wax (cosmolloid 80H,BASF hard wax 'A',white spirit) added. Reshaped cold using wooden tools levers and soft hammers.
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Object reference number: RRI11335
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