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7th C. A circular red, blue and gold brooch.
7th C. Gold disc pendant with cloisonné triskele of bird heads.
Anglo-Saxon disc brooch from Faversham, England, c. early 7th century. Image taken from the Met’s collections.
Jewelled disc brooch, from Sarre, Kent, Anglo-Saxon (gold with silver, garnets and shell)
Disc brooch, from Benevento, Campania, Anglo-Saxon, 7th century (gold, onyx and amethyst). Shows the Roman influence lasting over time.
Disc brooch Place of origin: Kent, England (probably, made) Date: 600-700 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silver, bronze, gold, garnet, shell
Gold jewelled pendant Anglo-Saxon disc brooch in the Ashmolean Museum
An Anglo-Saxon gold and garnet pendant. Circa 6th-7th Century A.D.
Fibula (brooch) @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Anglo-Saxon/Frankish 600-700, gold, glass and garnet
Pendant Date: early 7th century Culture: Anglo-Saxon Medium: Gold, garnets with patterned foil backings
Gold, garnet - Sutton Hoo ship burial, Suffolk (British Museum)