Gold plaque; two sheets of gold soldered together; projects to a point; disk soldered in centre; finely granulated between two circles of globules, enclosing carnelian cut into form of a lotus-flower; heart shaped garnet; bordered with beaded and plain wires; below hangs a mask of a river god, set in oval green stone; four chains hang from the bottom, with a fifth hanging from below the river god mask; small beads and reels on gold wire links ending in flowerets and globule clusters; three small rings for attachment soldered to either side of ornament.
- Length: 7.1 centimetres
- Weight: 352 grammes
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA70819
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