Tinned copper-alloy disc brooch with remains of iron pin and spring; with two groups of two incised concentric circles dividing the surface up into three decorative fields: a central circle is drilled right through the brooch and is surrounded by a circular arrangement of punched circles, the middle border decoration consists of T-shaped stamps made up of small sub-rectangular depressions while the outer border consists of depressed triangles enclosing three raised circles; very fragmentary traces of textile.
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