Anglo-Scandinavian / Viking 'Openwork' Stirrup Mount 018103

Anglo-Scandinavian / Viking 'Openwork' Stirrup Mount 018103
Anglo-Scandinavian / Viking 'Openwork' Stirrup Mount
Copper-alloy, 17.22 grams, 41.62 mm. 11th century AD. A late Anglo-Scandinavian stirrup mount of Williams's Class A (unclassified). The plate is subtriangular with convex sides and two attachment points in the thickened lower edge. The original design can be detected by the regular disposition of the openwork perforations. Reference: Williams, D. Late Saxon Stirrup Mounts - A Classification and Catalogue, CBA Research Report III, York, 1997, fig.51 item 371. Very fine condition. Provenance: found Tilbury, Essex, England.

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