Date: 10th century
Place of Production: Unknown, found in Buckinghamshire, UK
Description: Twisted gold rods form a circular arm band, in a style typical of VIking jewellery. This particularly fine example was likely worn by a male. This type of arm band was worn as jewellery but could also serve as portable bullion.
Held at: British Museum
Accession Number: 1849,0210.1
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