Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, 8th-11th C, copper alloy

A middle to late Anglo-Saxon hooked tag (dress hook) of triangular form. The front of the tag is decorated with a geometric interlace pattern. The back is plain. The original shows evidence of two attachment holes , but a fracture across them has resulted in the loss of a piece of metal from the top of the tag. The end of the hook is also missing.  

Details on the original find UK Detector Finds database Ref. No. 3258
Found - Near Evesham, Worcestershire
Recorded -8 May, 2006
Material-Copper alloy / cast
Size - 17mm dia. x 33mm overall length
Date - c. 8th-11th C  (Anglo-Saxon)

Our version extrapolates and reconstructs the missing portions of the original.

Our reproduction measures

Cast brass, sold in pairs (2).


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  • Model: SL-WH05-B
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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 27 November, 2010.