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A perfect day spent walking in the sun produced these lovely items… no hammered, but happy to save these. Not sure if that’s a coat of arms on the metal pendant? And more of the little lead pieces... we now have 7 of them. Any IDs as ever much appreciated. x
You have some oldies and goodies there. Congratulations
 

Looks like a hanging pendent.
Not sure on those lead items.
The brass item beside the pottery might be off a typewriter.
 

A perfect day spent walking in the sun produced these lovely items… no hammered, but happy to save these. Not sure if that’s a coat of arms on the metal pendant? And more of the little lead pieces... we now have 7 of them. Any IDs as ever much appreciated. x
Very Cool!!! Congrats!!!
 

Great find it's a circa 14th C Medieval Horse Harness Pendant. Went either side of the horses head on Medieval Knights horse's & all his followers.
Looks like the Coat of Arms has 2 birds either side of a Shield.

Half a Spectacle Buckle, span many years but the most common use was on Tudor leather boots, the more buckles you had up the sides, the richer you were.
 

A perfect day spent walking in the sun produced these lovely items… no hammered, but happy to save these. Not sure if that’s a coat of arms on the metal pendant? And more of the little lead pieces... we now have 7 of them. Any IDs as ever much appreciated. x
Amazing collection! What is the red rock, the circle with the “X”? Wowzers!!!
 

Great find it's a circa 14th C Medieval Horse Harness Pendant. Went either side of the horses head on Medieval Knights horse's & all his followers.
Looks like the Coat of Arms has 2 birds either side of a Shield.

Half a Spectacle Buckle, span many years but the most common use was on Tudor leather boots, the more buckles you had up the sides, the richer you were.
Wow! Thank you .. as ever you are amazing! xx
 

A perfect day spent walking in the sun produced these lovely items… no hammered, but happy to save these. Not sure if that’s a coat of arms on the metal pendant? And more of the little lead pieces... we now have 7 of them. Any IDs as ever much appreciated. x
Just curious, do you know the type material that the medieval horse pendant was fashioned?
 

Nice going :) Are these all your finds or are your husbands finds included ? I hope your husband appereciates you detecting with him :)
 

Nice going :) Are these all your finds or are your husbands finds included ? I hope your husband appereciates you detecting with him :)
thank you. they Are both, he found the 2 buttons, nd one of the little lead pieces, the rest are mine! 😆

Ha, he doesn’t when I do better than him 😂😂 but to be honest, he wasn’t interested in detecting till I “persuaded’ him…. So really I’m the lucky one x
 

thank you. they Are both, he found the 2 buttons, nd one of the little lead pieces, the rest are mine! 😆

Ha, he doesn’t when I do better than him 😂😂 but to be honest, he wasn’t interested in detecting till I “persuaded’ him…. So really I’m the lucky one x
Some guys have all the luck. All my wife wants to do is camp and ride our horses
 

Just curious, do you know the type material that the medieval horse pendant was fashioned?
Sorry to butt in, just helping out. It's made of copper-alloy, closest to bronze (ish). It would have had several different colours of enamel which only survive on some examples. But you can see the dots in the shield used to be yellow enamel.
Here is one with it's hanger & some enamel;
 

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Sorry to butt in, just helping out. It's made of copper-alloy, closest to bronze (ish). It would have had several different colours of enamel which only survive on some examples. But you can see the dots in the shield used to be yellow enamel.
Here is one with it's hanger & some enamel;
Thank you, butt In anytime! 😊

sorry cloudkicker0, I wasn’t ignoring you, just didnt want to say the wrong thing as been doing research on it, and a button we found today! got sidetracked, as you do!!
 

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Thank you, butt In anytime! 😊

sorry cloudkicker0, I wasn’t ignoring you, just didnt want to say the wrong thing as been doing research on it, and a button we found today! got sidetracked, as you do!
No worries! Sorry for not understanding yet, but did you or someone identify or speculate on the circle with the “x” and the hole in the middle? Really neat stuff, all of it! Have a nice Sunday!
 

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No worries! Sorry for not understanding yet, but did you or someone identify or speculate on the circle with the “x” and the hole in the middle? Really neat stuff, all of it! Have a nice Sunday!
ah that is made of lead, haven’t found anything similar to compare it to yet, I’m still very new to detecting but the people on here are amazing, I’m always in awe at their knowledge 😊 x
 

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