- Museum number
A silver pendant, pear-shaped, with pinked edges. The sides have double bands of cable-twist. Silver teeth hold a black stone, jet, carved as a scallop shell with a bearded figure of St James. The feet and upper head of the figure are broken. A small hole behind a head of the figure may have been intended for suspension before the stone was mounted. Reverse plain.
- Production date
- late 15th century - early 16th century
Length: 28.66 millimetres
Weight: 8.25 grammes
Width: 22.79 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Compare 2009T723 from Lowick, Northants, and 2012T122 from Reigate, Surrey and VAM (Mus. No. A.16-1953). See Eleanor Standley, Trinkets and Charms, Oxford 2013, p. 85.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Treasure/PAS number: 2012T594 (Treasure number)
Treasure/PAS number: SUR-5DBDA8 (PAS Database number)