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Silver-gilt cloisonné rosette brooch: one of a pair; seven-lobed edge with garnet segments around ring of garnet wedge-shaped cells including four bone inlays in cruciform arrangement, all around a large central clear glass disc; filigree wire round the edge.
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Diameter: 2.90 centimetres
- Curator's comments
Pair with 1891,1019.75
Comment from Kidd, Haith & Ager ‘Summary Catalogue’ (draft MS)
1891,1019.74 to 96 said to be from the neighbourhood of Pontoise, dép. Val-d'Oise (formerly Seine-et-Oise), France.
Purchased from Messrs Rollin and Feuardent
LASKO P. 1965. Prelude to Empire. The Frankish Kingdom from the Merovingians to Pepin, in D. Talbot Rice (ed) The Dark Ages, London, p. 201, ill. 6 right
- On display (G41/dc18/sA)
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- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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