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Chased gold brooch in the form of a clinker-built sculling punt.
- 1880 (circa)
- Made in: England
- (Europe,British Isles,England)
- Length: 6.5 centimetres
Not on display
7 March 1994
Reason for treatment
Clean to remove tarnish. ..
1984 Greasy and dirty: RAR 1992 Greasy and dirty: CRE 1994 Slight tarnish: PMM
1984 RAR: Cleaned with Detarol EDTA 10% in water. Washed with tap water. Dried with tissue. 1992 CRE: Tarnish removed with Hotel silver dip (acidified thiourea), washed with tap water, and dried with paper tissues. 1994 PMM: Tarnish removed with swabs of Hotel silver dip (acidified thiourea), and rinsed with swabs of distilled water. Swabbed with acetone.
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- HG.562 (masterlist number)
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Object reference number: MCT6580
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