- Museum number
- Object: The Dunaverny Flesh Hook
Fleshhook with bird ornaments: the three bronze ferrules were originally linked by pieces of oak shaft, thus creating a long-handled instrument; a surviving fragment of oak is inset with copper alloy strips in herring-bone design; the bird models seem to represent a pair of corvids, perhaps ravens, and a pair of swans with their cygnets.
- Production date
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2018-2019 Oct-Apr, Wiltshire, Stonehenge Visitor Centre, Making New Worlds
2015-2016 24 Sep-31 Jan, London, BM, G30, 'Celts: Art and Identity'
2004 Oct 26-2005 Feb 26, Belfast, Ulster Museum, Early Ireland
1977 London, BM, Animals in Art
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Found in the bog of Dunaverney in 1829.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number