Gold disc, now bent and distorted, with an empty, rectangular, collared setting at its centre, surrounded by four small, round settings, each of which contains a semi-opaque greyish glass cabochon, perhaps intended to imitate pearls. Each collared setting is encircled with beaded wire, as is the outer edge of the disc; the latter now torn in one place. The front of the disc is further decorated with foliate filigree, while the back is plain.
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