Gold polyhedral socketed terminal (‘bobble’)

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Date:801 - 900 (c.)

Description:We do not know what this bobble was once attached to, perhaps a cloak pin. A lot of work went into making this bobble, so it must have belonged to somebody rich.

Acquired with the assistance of the V & A Purchase Grant Fund and the National Art Collections Fund.

AD 801 - AD 900


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Donor ref:(53/11727)

Source: Warwickshire Museums

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