A socketed and looped axe head of the Late Bronze Age. The axe head is sub-rectangular in plan and triangular in cross-section. The blade is slightly flared with a straight cutting edge. The mouth of the socket is sub-circular and has a moulded reinforcement collar above the side loop. Each face of the axe is decorated with three moulded ribs which extend forward from the collar for slightly over half the length of the axe, 'feathered' decoration fills the space between and to each side of the ribs, each of which terminates with a moulded pellet within a circle.