Bronze Age Neck Ring by Bronze Age

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.

Details

Medium:
Gold (82% pure)
Art Fund grant:
£1,500 ( Total: £6,000)
Acquired in:
1993
Vendor:
Treasure Trove Reviewing Committee

Believed to be French or Irish.

Provenance

Casual find, Greysouthen, N.Cumbria, declared Treasure Trove.

Venue details

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Castle Street, CARLISLE Cumbria CA3 8TP 01228 618718 www.tulliehouse.co.uk

Entry details

Free with National Art Pass (standard entry £7)

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