This is a Bronze Age Child’s Bracelet, found in Kent, c.1200-1000 B.C. A bronze bracelet with a round-section shank with ends going to a point and an incised twisted line decoration. Provenance: From an old Canterbury collection formed in the early-20th Century. The artefact is in fine condition with an attractive deep dark patination and measures 50mm across the widest part.
Price: 58.00

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Bronze Age Child’s Bracelet. NP Collectables
BA241 Bronze Age Child’s Bracelet
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