Pair of gilt copper alloy saucer brooches (AN1935.53a) Grave 102 Abingdon, Oxon.
LARGE ANGLO - SAXON RUNNING SPIRALS GILT SAUCER BROOCH jewellery 024140
ANGLO- SAXON 'RUNNING SPIRALS' SAUCER BROOCH, ca. 6th century A.D.
The Ashmolean Museum. Photographs courtesy Lindsay Kerr. Artifacts from a young woman's barrow grave, Chatham, Kent.
Bronze, 10.71 grams, 61 mm. Circa 6th century AD. A cast bronze bow brooch of small-long type with trapezoidal headplate, facetted bow, transverse collar to footplate and peltoid terminal; punched crescent detail to the headplate and finial;
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Pair of gilt copper alloy saucer brooches (AN1920.260) Grave 11 Frilford
5-6th C. Copper alloy cruciform brooch with three half-round knobs.
6th century AD. A matched pair of applied disc brooches, each a cast discoid plate with fabricated rim; inserted repoussé plaque with outer band of ropework, billetted band and six helmetted faces surrounding a rosette with central cabochon black glass stud; pin-lug and catchplate to the reverse.