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    Anglo-Saxon, the Milton Brooch or Milton Jewel, made in 7th century England (Kent). Gold, garnet and shell on bronze. VAM.

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    7th C. The Milton Brooch (Disc brooch) | V&A Search the Collections Silver, bronze, gold, garnet, shell

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