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Ivory comb BM 1856 0623 29 - Elfenbeinschnitzerei – Wikipedia

Ivory comb BM 1856 0623 29 - Elfenbeinschnitzerei – Wikipedia

Double-Sided Ivory Liturgical Comb with Scenes of Henry II and Thomas Becket  Date: ca. 1200–1210;  Geography: Made in, Canterbury, England (possibly);  Medium: Ivory;  Dimensions: Overall: 3 3/8 x 3 3/8 x 1/2 in. (8.6 x 8.6 x 1.2 cm);  Accession Number: 1988.279

Double-Sided Ivory Liturgical Comb with Scenes of Henry II and Thomas Becket Date: ca. 1200–1210; Geography: Made in, Canterbury, England (possibly); Medium: Ivory; Dimensions: Overall: 3 3/8 x 3 3/8 x 1/2 in. (8.6 x 8.6 x 1.2 cm); Accession Number: 1988.279

Gold Anglo-Saxon pendant from the St Mary's football stadium site, Southamton, Hampshire.7th century AD......

Gold Anglo-Saxon pendant from the St Mary's football stadium site, Southamton, Hampshire.7th century AD......

Garnet-inlaid disc brooch, found in Kent.  Saxon, 7th century AD, made of gilded silver, with garnet on cross-hatched goldfoil and ?meerschaum.

Garnet-inlaid disc brooch, found in Kent. Saxon, 7th century AD, made of gilded silver, with garnet on cross-hatched goldfoil and ?meerschaum.

An Anglo Saxon ring found by a friend in an English garden. The stone is a Roman intaglio showing Mars; the body probably a 8th Century brooch; and the shaft a 10th C addition .

An Anglo Saxon ring found by a friend in an English garden. The stone is a Roman intaglio showing Mars; the body probably a 8th Century brooch; and the shaft a 10th C addition .

Filigree and garnet brooch, Anglo-Saxon gilded bronze, found in a cemetery in Sarre in Kent.

Filigree and garnet brooch, Anglo-Saxon gilded bronze, found in a cemetery in Sarre in Kent.

❤ -Barnet Henry Joseph - Art Nouveau Hair Comb. Tortoiseshell and Gold. England. Circa 1900.

❤ -Barnet Henry Joseph - Art Nouveau Hair Comb. Tortoiseshell and Gold. England. Circa 1900.

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon. Lovely detail and so pretty!

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon. Lovely detail and so pretty!

The British Museum - The most famous object from Celtic Iron Age Britain - The Great Torc from Snettisham , Iron Age, about 75 BC. Found at Ken Hill, Snettisham, Norfolk, England

The British Museum - The most famous object from Celtic Iron Age Britain - The Great Torc from Snettisham , Iron Age, about 75 BC. Found at Ken Hill, Snettisham, Norfolk, England

Sutton Hoo Ship Burial, shoulder clasp (closed), c. 700

Sutton Hoo, Suffolk: On the trail of the Anglo-Saxons

Sutton Hoo Ship Burial, shoulder clasp (closed), c. 700

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