Gold mount or collar: cylindrical, of deep hollow strip; the outer face a frame of vertical rectangular cells for cloisonné (settings all now missing); formed of two asymmetrical segments secured by two pairs of tongued fittings within, originally held by pins (now missing).
- Made in: Europe (south-east)
- Diameter: 2 centimetres
- Height: 1.7 centimetres
- Weight: 19.7 grammes
Prehistory and Europe
- 1917,0601.2861 (G&R reg.no)
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Object reference number: MCS1728
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