- Museum number
- Hoard: The Cuerdale Hoard
Fragment of a silver penannular band arm-ring, comprising a broken and flattened terminal tapering towards the rectangular end. It is decorated with a row of stamps made with a bar with a plain centre and serrated edges, giving a toothed effect. Four nicks are visible.
- Production date
905 (deposited circa)
Thickness: 2.50 - 4 millimetres
Width: 7 - 10 millimetres
Length: 44 millimetres
Weight: 10.79 grammes (drilled)
- Curator's comments
XRF analysis undertaken at the British Museum by Janet Lang revealed the following metal content:
For comment from Graham-Campbell 1980 see 1841,0711.1.
- On display (G41/dc23)
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Presented through the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number