Record ID: LVPL-1D1E07 Object type: EYELET Broad period: MEDIEVAL County: Central Bedfordshire Silver eyelet of probable Late to Post-Medieval date, c.1350-1700. The eyelet is a flower in shape with central perforation. In between each of the petals and pellets sits a curved diagonal spoke which radiates from the centre. The central perforation is raised higher than the surround. The reverse shows a raised double ridge around the perforation for attachment.
A Medieval/ Post-Medieval copper alloy button in the form of a heart, with both halves of the face obliquely-angled forward towards thickened sides (max.4.48mm thick) from a deep groove at the centre (1.54mm thick). The face is decorated with randomly placed tiny circular punch marks on each face and a double groove flanking the edge, filled with equally interspersed transverse grooves. Around the thickened edges is a central groove with transverse grooves across it. To the reverse…
Oggetto: Fibula anulare Materiale: Bronzo Periodo: XIII-XIV sec. Fonti: Cattedrale di Strasburgo, prima metà del XIII sec. Dimensioni: Diametro 4 cm Item: Annular brooch Material: Bronze Period: XIII-XIV cent. Source: Strasbourg Cathedral, early XIII cent. Size: Diameter 4 cm www.facebook.com/ilgatto.lavolpe.5
1350: Pomander shaped as an apple, of silver, silver gilt, and niello. The sections of the body of the pomander are held in place by a pin with a screw section at the top, the whole attached to an octagonal gadrooned head to which is hinged a quatrefoil handle. Inscriptions run around the edge of each section relating to the Judgement of Paris, the interior and exterior decoration of scrolling foliage and geometric patterns.