Early Medieval Silver Disc Brooch
- Art Funded
- 0.2kg, 5.6 cm
- Art Fund grant
- £3,000 (Total: £5,000)
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Discovered by a metal detectorist in Wilden, Bedfordshire, this brooch is an example of the rare but distinctive Trewhiddle style, a form of high-class jewellery distinguished by triangular leaf decorations and elaborate animal designs featuring scrolling ears and detailed muzzles.
Found by a metal detectorist in Wilden, Bedfordshire, 2012