A collection of 14 gold adornments and bronze tools originally buried in a pottery vessel.

The gold adornments include a flange-twisted torc, a wire-twisted bracelet, a composite pendant, four beads and three penannular rings. The tools include two Transitional Palstaves and a trunnion tool. A fragment of the ceramic vessel base also survived.

Provenance

Discovered near the River Alyn, Denbighshire, Wales by a metal detector user and declared Treasure in 2004.


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