About this object

Broad-band arm-ring or bracelet with serrated bar stamp diagonally chevrons. Penannular, with punched ornament; portion of one terminal area has been cut off from the direction of the inner face. Bent roughly in half and flattened, it tapers strongly from an expanded mid-portion towards the terminals, the extant example of which is rounded. The outer face is ornamented with closely spaced bar-stamping, applied obliquely and disposed so as to form a row of chevrons, formed with a punch with a raised median line and finely serrated edges, to either side of a central diagonal cross with a vertical (transverse) part stamp impression in both its outer angles and closed by a vertical impression on either side; both terminal areas feature a vertical impression and a diagonal cross, with the complete example terminating with two further vertical impressions. Discovered as part of the Huxley Hoard.

Width 12mm (min) - 21mm (max)
Height 7mm (min) - 19mm (max)
Thickness 2mm

Object specifics

  • Type
    Personal Ornament; Bracelet
  • Culture
  • Date made
    Early Medieval (410 AD - 1065 AD)
  • Materials
  • Location
    Item currently on loan
  • Place collected
    Europe: Northern Europe: UK: England: Cheshire: Huxley
  • Date collected
  • Measurements
    19 mm x 21 mm x 100 cm
Object view = Archaeology
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