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Gold Sea Horse from the Staffordshire Hoard  --  the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found.  In excess of 3,500 separate items were discovered in a Staffordshire, England field in July of 2009.

Gold Sea Horse from the Staffordshire Hoard (VIIè et VIIIè s), the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found. In excess of separate items were discovered in a Staffordshire, England field in July of

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An Iron Age Celtic Bronze Dragonesque Brooch - Century BCE. A large cast dragonesque brooch with La Tène style scrolled panels to the body and scrolls to the finials, the pin intact.

Anglo-Saxon 'Running Spirals' Saucer Brooch. Circa 5th-6th century AD. A cast copper-alloy saucer brooch with chip-carved decoration on the gilded face.

Anglo - Saxon Running Spirals Gilt Saucer Brooch Jewellery 024088 Photos and Information in AncientPoint

Anglo-Saxon horse head part of the Saxon hoard found in Staffordshire - 2 inches tall

Anglo-Saxon horse head part of the Saxon hoard found in Staffordshire - 2 inches tall - Investors Europe Stock Brokers Gibraltar

Anglo-Saxon disc brooch from Faversham, England, c. early 7th century. Image taken from the Met’s collections.

Disk Brooch early century Made in, Faversham, England Anglo-Saxon Medium:Gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass

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

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

Disk Brooch, early 600s Anglo-Saxon; Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Anglo-Saxon shoulder clasp; late 6th-early 7th, Sutton Hoo, England Half of a gold shoulder-clasp; the plain gold pin has an animal-head terminal in filigree. Central panel filled with millefiori glass and garnet cells is bordered on each side with designs of interlacing beasts, their bodies formed of inlaid garnets and their eyes of blue glass. Two interlinked garnet cloisonné boars compose the rounded end. Medium: gold, glass, garnet; millefiori, inlaid, granulation, filigree, cloisonné

Sutton Hoo -- Anglo-Saxon Shoulder Clasp -- Late Centuries -- Gold, millefiori glass & garnet cells -- Belonging to the British Museum, London.

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Anglo-Saxon, England, Found in the River Thames at Chelsea. Victoria and Albert Museum, from newly opened Renaissance Medieval rooms

Magnificent eagle quatrefoil brooch from the Staffordshire Hoard

Magnificent Anglo-Saxon eagle quatrefoil brooch from the Staffordshire Hoard

Kentish Brooch, Dover Museum Anglo Saxon brooch from the Dover Museum, Kent, England, c. 6th century CE.

Kentish Brooch, Dover Museum Anglo Saxon brooch from the Dover Museum, Kent, England.

Gold Anglo-Saxon pendant from the St Mary’s football stadium site, Southamton, Hampshire.    Courtesy Wessex Archaeology

Gold Pendant (by Wessex Archaeology) Gold Anglo-Saxon pendant from the St Mary’s football stadium site, Southamton, Hampshire.

ANGLO-SAXON JEWELRY 9TH  The Strickland Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, mid-9th century.

The history of this elaborate brooch is mysterious. It is named after the Strickland family of Yorkshire and may have belonged to Sir William Strickland, a.

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