Iron buckle: oval inclined loop; tongue with basal shield; tongue-shaped plate with profiled edge; three silver encrusted and brass inlaid wiry Style II animal heads interlace in central oval, between a pair of similar heads on either side; one of three domed-head attachment rivets remains.
- Found/Acquired: France
- Length: 16.9 centimetres (overall)
- Length: 10.8 centimetres (buckle only)
In set with 1893,1220.8
Inlay much corroded.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCS11037
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