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    Some goodies from across the pond I need help on

    I got some junk box type items recently. All were from the UK. Can anyone help me pin down the time frames for these? The snake was soldered to something, not a ring. Probably a pin of some sort. Any idea on dating the rings? Thanks.

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    Ideas? All are cast brass or bronze.

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    You should PM Crusader he might have an idea?
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    I already did. We're on the wrong side of the pond here.
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    The first picture with the snake thing & the other bit I'm not sure of. The right hand bit looks like an 18th C furniture hardware.

    The left hand 'Ring Thing' looks like it is ancient, maybe a Roman Ring or swivel?? Ring Thing next to it, probably a medieval fixing loop.

    The only thing I'm 100% sure of is the Rare Saxon Wrist Clasp, circa 6th-7th C AD. (Next to the needle looking thingy!)
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    Cool! Junk boxes sometimes pay off. I bought the little box because I wanted a couple little buckles in it. Thanks Crusader.

 

 

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