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Anthropomorpic Mount

 

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UKDFD : 47147
Description:
A cast copper-alloy harness mount of the Georgian period, moulded in the form of a human face mask. The reverse is hollow at the centre and has the stumps of two attachment studs.
Object Type: Mount
Object Classification: Figurative
Object Sub-classification: Anthropomorphic
Period: Post medieval
Date Range: Circa 18th century
Primary Material: Copper alloy
Method of Manufacture: Cast
Size (mm): 33mm wide x 35mm deep
Record created by: Hidden
Findspot: Bampford Speke
County: DEVON
Parish: Hidden
Recorded elsewhere: No
Finder: Hidden
Metal Detector Used: XP Deus
Record validated by: Rod Blunt
Keywords: Anthropomorpic Mount


 

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Registered: May 2007
Location: Buxton, Derbyshire
Posts: 3366
Comment Date: Mon December 29, 2014
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