An early Anglo-Saxon cast copper-alloy wrist or sleeve clasp. The attachment end is moulded in the form of two openwork horse's heads, nose-to-nose and with their ears serving as stitching loops at each side. The heads are joined to a bar at the hook or eye end, the front of which is decorated with bands of transverse grooves (now indistinct). The back of the clasp is plain. The hook or eye is now missing and one of the horse's ears is incomplete.
Complete clasps of this type consist of one hooked and one looped element. Many have been found in female graves of the pagan period.