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.

Believed to be French or Irish.

Provenance

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


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