- Museum number
Gold chatelaine ornament in the form of a lyre with an enamelled frame enclosing an embossed scene of a warrior before a king. Suspended on four chains with a pendant pearl on a fifth chain. Inscribed on the reverse. With original case.
- Production date
Height: 9.30 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Text from catalogue of the Hull Grundy Gift (Gere et al 1984) no 449:
The central gold relief scene appears to be a later addition, replacing a discarded watch. Compare a similar lyre-shaped ornament framing a watch, of enamelled gold with chains and a suspension ring, in the Victoria and Albert Museum (235-1876), described as 'French, c.1820' (Bury 1982, p.25; Case 4, Board H, no.64).
- On display (G47/dc8)
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: HG.146 (masterlist number)