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    The Milton Brooch (Disc brooch)

  • Stephanie Valencia

    The Milton Brooch Place of origin: Kent, England Date: 600-700 Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Silver, bronze, gold, garnet, shell; Victoria and Albert Museum

  • Patricia Nowogrodski

    Anglo-Saxon, The Milton Brooch, made in 7th century England (source).

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