Iron buckle (A): flat oval loop with silver-inlaid dotted honeycomb pattern; separate tongue with basal shield and remains of silver decoration; trapezoidal plate and counter-plate lobed for four copper alloy domed-head pseudo-rivets; silver inlaid four-strand ladder-pattern interlace plait ending in pair of animal heads and dotted honeycomb borders; rectangular back plate (B) with matching decoration (see next record).
- Found/Acquired: Germany (?;of 19th cent.)
- Length: 16.5 centimetres (overall)
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCS5708
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