SILVER AND GOLD
Preserved length 3.6 cm.
Height 3 cm.
Weight 10.53 gr.
The bow is virtually semicircular in outline and round in profile,
decorated along its length by simple bead and reel moulding, and
encircled in five places by more prominent mouldings, Three of
these, one at each end (one missing as the fibula is broken at
one end) and one in the centre, are covered by gold bands with
double bead and reel profile, bent around the bow, their edges
meeting and joined at the back of the fibula. On the central band
a hairline join is discernible; the join of the surviving end
band is less fine. Alternating with the gold bands are two narrower
bead and reel mouldings of silver, The catch, at the wearer's
right, has lateral spurs (one broken) and is articulated with
two broad vertical channels, creating three chines, with a fine
groove down the central chine, The opposite end, along with the
pin, is missing.