A single loop zoomorphic buckle of Romanesque style, dating circa 12th century. The frame has a greatly expanded and canted front, and a narrowed and offset strap bar. It is moulded in the form of two complete creatures (possibly stylised lions?) facing towards each other, but with their heads turned outwards. The moulding of the creatures is in very high relief, with openwork between their legs, above their bodies, and between their heads. The pin is missing.

See also UKDFD 490.