Iron buckle; oval inclined loop; tongue with basal shield; geometric silver inlays; trapezoidal plate with folded flap attachment and profiled edge; silver inlaid and encrusted and brass inlaid Style II animal interlace decoration; three attachment rivets.
- Found/Acquired: France (south-west?)
- Length: 18.7 centimetres (with 294)
13 January 2003
Reason for treatment
Clean to remove dust, dirt and tarnish
dirty or lightly tarnished
Swabbed with Acetone (propan-1-one/dimethyl ketone).
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCS13723
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