Candlestick foot in form of dragon; copper-alloy; cast; enamelled; stands on two forelegs and tail, ending in crescent-shaped disc: once enamelled with large flower; jaws grip a vertical stem; square open underbelly; wings missing: slot and pin-hole for their attachment; chiselled regular scales; champlevé enamel nearly all lost from scales; no trace of gilding survives.
- 12thC(late) (?)
- Height: 114 millimetres
- Width: 71 millimetres
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCM5922
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