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Horse bridle, the halter made of ropework, the main band formed of six strands held together by split-ply work, a thinner band over the top formed of two strands with a blue and red pompom, and a long attachment string formed of a double twisted strand ending in a leather-trimmed toggle bound with cotton thread which passes through a loop on the other side. The halter is threaded with glass rings where the ropework intersects (six in green and one in yellow), some of which are missing, and is attached to iron bridle chains.
Length: 84 centimetres (approx)
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- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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