Copper alloy buckle: oval inclined loop with tongue rest; tongue with basal shield with double punched border; hinged sub-triangular plate with profiled edge, a pair of Style II animal heads facing the end on each side and openwork interlace of their beaded serpentine necks in centre; 2 of 3 domed-head pseudo-rivets remain, milled round their bases; attachment lugs at back.
- Found/Acquired: Germany (?;of 19th cent.)
- Length: 18.5 centimetres (overall)
- Length: 4.7 centimetres
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCS10209
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