Intaglio; glass sard; oval; dancing female figure with bucket and patera, within frame; signed.
- Length: 2.4 centimetres
- Width: 1.9 centimetres
Inscription ContentBROWN F
30 June 2000
Reason for treatment
Examination of the condition. .
Until 1999 packed in an inappropriate packing material of yellow foam, and possible problems noticed in the whole collection.
Whole collection of Tassie gems stored in Plastazote (polyethylene), in their cardboard boxes, an inert packing material; (M&LA MAs in 1999). Examination under electron microscope, x10-40. Whole collection of gems investigated by Conservation Research and necessary samples taken. Possible problems caused by the ring.
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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Object reference number: MCN2977
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