1) A circular brooch of gold and silver, set with garnets on a filigree ground, found in the King's Field, Faversham, Kent.

Three cloisons are empty and the pin is missing, otherwise it is intact. 2) Pair of clasps in gold and pearls with simple hook and ring attachment. Cruciform in design, executed in cell work. Apart from a blue cabochon in the centre of each, the cloisones are empty. Steppe nomadic or Byzantine.

Provenance

Collection of Kennard


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