Rowel-spur of copper alloy. The large rowel is missing; the swan neck has a high angular arch. The sides dip down from a medial crest and narrow towards the front where they ended in figure-of-eight terminals, one of these is now missing. The surface is decorated with punched floral ornament and is heavily patinated and cracked on one side.
- Made in: England
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England)
- Found/Acquired: High Street
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Kent,Deal,High Street)
- Length: 116 millimetres
Object description by T.Richardson, Royal Armouries.
Found at bottom of trench on silt in 1935.
Prehistory and Europe
- AL116/486 (Royal Armouries)
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Object reference number: MCT688
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