The surviving half of a Bronze age neck ornament in the form of a pointed oval-section bar with surface decoration consisting of 24 alternating panels of closely-set longitudinal and transverse grooves.
Bronze Age Neck Ring by Bronze Age, c. 1200900 BC
© Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
- Gold (82% pure)
- Art Fund grant:
- £1,500 ( Total: £6,000)
- Acquired in:
- Treasure Trove Reviewing Committee
Believed to be French or Irish.
Casual find, Greysouthen, N.Cumbria, declared Treasure Trove.