- Museum number
Cast copper alloy buckle, the face in the form of a small ibex with hooves resting on a base line; pair of broken loop attachments on the back which originally held a pin (now missing).
Height: 3.30 centimetres
Length: 3.60 centimetres (including horns)
Thickness: 1.30 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Very similar example attributed 8th-6th century BC date and provenance of Amlash in Dailaman, published by H. Mahboubian ('Art of Ancient Iran. Copper and Bronze. The Houshang Mahboubian Collection', London 1997, p. 228; 4.3 cm. high x 3.1 cm. long).
- On display (G1/fc15/top/left)
- Exhibition history
2003- BM, Enlightenment gallery
- Supported on a metal mount fixed into a polished white marble base marked ' Ibex (applique decoration). Bronze'. Legs broken; tip of left horn missing; missing pin on the back.
- Acquisition date
- Middle East
- BM/Big number
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: R (Rich collection)
Miscellaneous number: R86