A late Saxon stirrup-strap mount of Williams Class A, Type 6. The mount is loosely bell-shaped in plan, with a zoomorphic head terminal at the apex. The design consists of a pair of sinuous snake-like beasts with a tree-like object between them at the centre of the mount. The beasts are knotted or otherwise joined immediately below the apex terminal, and their bodies form the margins of the mount. Their inverted heads face each other along the base, while their respective tails, which have bifurcated ends, occupy the 'shoulders' of the mount. The mount has two rivet holes at the base and one in the apex lug. One of the basal holes is now broken open, the other is filled with the corroded remains of a rivet, as is the one in the apex terminal.