An incomplete copper alloy crotal bell. The bell is well formed, though quite worn, but with a poorly defined circumferential rib. The bell has suffered damage to the lower cup and the iron pea clapper is missing. The integrally cast suspension loop is filed flat on both faces and the perforation is drilled close to the body; diagnostic traits that indicate that this bell is quite early in the crotal series. The upper cup is decorated with 12 plain petals. The lower cup is decorated with a very unusual design comprising of 12 petals, each of which contains an obscure motif that has the appearance of a lower case ’g’ or the number 9, and a possible foundry mark each side of the sound bow that appears to be an arrow or elongated heart.