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Post Medieval Tudor 'Double Rose' Bronze Leather Punch 027340

Post Medieval Tudor 'Double Rose' Bronze Leather Punch
Bronze, 9.22 grams, 23 mm. 16th century AD. A cast bronze leatherworking die formed as a discoid head and attachment spike; the design a cinquefoil Tudor rose within a border. Fine condition. Provenance: property of a Hampshire gentleman; acquired before 1990.
£80.00

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Post Medieval Tudor 'Double Rose' Bronze Leather Punch 027340
Tudor 'Faux Granulation' Mount 020314

Tudor 'Faux Granulation' Mount
Silver-gilt. 0.69 grams, 19.83 mm. 16th century AD. A repoussé mount formed in silver sheet as a lozenge with a broad border and raised central panel containing a series of bosses. The four corners are pierced for attachment. Very similar mounts were used as part of clothing hook-and-eye mechanisms of Type D3 in the Tudor period. Reference: Read, B. Hooked Clasps and Eyes, Langport, 2008 items 205, 210. Extremely fine condition. Provenance: from an old English collection.
£145.00

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Tudor 'Faux Granulation' Mount 020314
Tudor 'Hexagonal' Foliate Mount 020480

Tudor 'Hexagonal' Foliate Mount
Silver, 2.01 grams, 14.56 mm. 16th century AD. An annular mount with two attachment pins on the reverse. The D-section ring is decorated on the upper surface with a series of six leaf-shaped motifs. Reference: cf. cast openwork eyes in Read, B. Hooked-Clasps and Eyes, Langport, 2008 p.108, 207. Very fine condition. Provenance: from an old English collection, found Shiptonthorpe, Yorkshire, England 1983.
£60.00

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Tudor 'Hexagonal' Foliate Mount 020480
Tudor 'Openwork' Wrist Clasp 020477

Tudor 'Openwork' Wrist Clasp
Silver, 2.86 grams, 22.76 mm. 16th century AD. A cast plate comprising an expanding rectangular forward edge with a central square slot. On the rear edge is a bar from which three roundels develop, with beaded outer edges. On the reverse are the remains of two attachment pins. Reference: cf. cast openwork eyes in Read, B. Hooked-Clasps and Eyes, Langport, 2008 p.108, 207. Very fine condition. Provenance: from an old English collection formed in the late 1980's/early 1990's.
£145.00

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Tudor 'Openwork' Wrist Clasp 020477


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