Anglo-Saxon 'Segmented' Bracelet 019422

Anglo-Saxon 'Segmented' Bracelet 019422
Anglo-Saxon 'Segmented' Bracelet
Copper-alloy, 33.99 grams, 64.66 mm. 5th-7th century AD. A substantial cast bracelet, its surface divided into decorative zones by panels of transverse ribbing. Three larger panels are facetted and decorated with three roes of fine ring-and-dot punchmarks; four smaller panels are almost circular and similarly decorated, the outer ones extending to terminals with longitudinal ribbing. Reference: cf. segmented bracelet with punched-dot decoration from Ixworth in West, S. A Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Material from Suffolk, East Anglian Archaeology, Ipswich, 1998, p.220 item 5. Good fine condition. Provenance: from an old English collection, found Stamford Bridge, Yorkshire, england.
This item was accompanied by an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity.

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