Bronze and iron rings

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Date:Not Recorded

Description:These rings may have been the closures for a cloth or leather bag placed at the Cunning Woman’s left hip. One ring is made of bronze, and the smaller ring is made of iron. The iron ring has corroded and has become fused to the bronze ring. Remains of woven cloth are visible in the corrosion.

AD 410 - AD 600


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6010s
Spearhead
Spearhead

A leaf-shaped iron spearhead. There are traces of its wooden shaft preserved in ...

8010s
Bronze strap-end
Bronze strap-end

A bronze strap-end. This would have been attached to a leather strap that was used ...

1800s
Cut-throat razor
Cut-throat razor

19th century cut-throat razor with traces of bone handle. AD 1801 - AD 1900

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Source: Warwickshire Museums

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