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DH-FL: Dress Hook £4.50  Late Medieval/Tudor dress hook after an original find from Nottinghamshire. C.1400 - C.1600.  14mm wide x 30mm long.

DH-FL: Dress Hook Late Medieval/Tudor dress hook after an original find from Nottinghamshire.

uby and sapphire in scalloped claw mounts with four gold beads (top setting now vacant but possibly may have had a pearl suspended in front of it); cast wire in plaited pattern around rims; three repoussé six-petalled flowers on reverse; small suspension loop. More  Culture/periodLate Medieval term details Date1400-1500

uby and sapphire in scalloped claw mounts with four gold beads (top setting now vacant but possibly may have had a pearl suspended in front of it); cast wire in plaited pattern around rims; three repoussé six-petalled flowers on reverse; small suspension loop. More Culture/periodLate Medieval term details Date1400-1500

Victoria and Albert Museum, 1450-1500 Italy, Gold brocade gilded silver buckle with enamel and niello.

Victoria and Albert Museum, Italy, Gold brocade gilded silver buckle with enamel and niello.

14th c. French jewel settings

1300 Culture: French Medium: Silver partial-gilt, jewels Dimensions: Overall (Max e-i): 1 x 1 x in.

Victoria and Albert Museum, From newly opened Renaissance Medieval rooms  About 1420 Spain

Victoria and Albert Museum, From newly opened Renaissance Medieval rooms About 1420 Spain.>>Keep this lovely thing in mind as you design your badge, GB!

THE FISHPOOL HOARD 	Nottinghamshire The largest hoard of medieval coins ever discovered in the United Kingdom Circa: 1463 AD - 1464 AD Medieval (War of the Roses) Discovered  1966 Location  Nottinghamshire | EnglandFound By: Mr Bernard Beeton & four workmen Displayed: British Museum Primary Materials: Gold Coins  Rings & Jewelry Number of Items: 1,247 Est. Value: £300,000 - 1,200,000 (2013)

THE FISHPOOL HOARD Nottinghamshire The largest hoard of medieval coins ever discovered in the United Kingdom Circa: 1463 AD - 1464 AD Medieval (War of the Roses) Discovered 1966 Location Nottinghamshire

Annular brooch; gold, emeralds, pink and blue sapphires, pearls; of circular form with eight bosses; the bosses alternately openwork set with a winged beast, emerald, pink sapphire; from each boss a projection set alternately with pearls and sapphires; Culture/periodLate Medieval term details Date14thC

annular brooch - Materials: sapphire (all objects) pearl (all objects) gold (scope note

THE CHEAPSIDE HOARD is one of the most important Tudor and Stuart collections of jewelry ever found.  This is a fascinating article about this discovery.

The Cheapside Hoard Exhibition

The Cheapside hoard. This hoard was originally part of a Jacobean goldsmith's stock-in-trade. The hoard was found in 1912 under a cellar floor in Cheapside.

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