Silver pedestalled platter; flattened hemispherical bowled stand with beaded edge; stem consists of four curved upright members around central support; broad platter with beaded edge and palmate ornament incised on flange.
- Found/Acquired: West Row
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Suffolk,Mildenhall,West Row)
- Diameter: 97 millimetres (bowled foot)
- Diameter: 115 millimetres (beaded top)
- Height: 117 millimetres
- Weight: 383 grammes
On display: G49/dc22
2005-2006 25 Jul-13 Jan, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past
2005 12 Feb-26 Jun, Newcastle, Hancock Museum, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past
2004-2005 1 Oct-15 Jan, Manchester Museum, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past
2004 30 Apr-21 Sep, Cardiff, National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past
2003-2004 21 Nov-14 Mar, London, BM, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past
Bowl loose on stem.
Found while ploughing, 1942
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
Silver goblet; flattened hemispherical bowl with beaded edge; stem consists of four curved upright members around central support; broad base with beading on underside of edge and palmate ornament incised on underside of flange. Condition shots for 'Buried treasure' exhibition.
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Object reference number: BCB12886
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