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A large hoard of c

Identifier: STKMG:2010.LH.10 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

A large hoard of c.3490 items of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver, known as The Staffordshire Hoard. Early Medieval Hoard from Staffordshire, recovered using a metal detector in Hammerwich civial parish...

Roman gold jewellery necklace link

Identifier: STKMG:2012.LH.74 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Roman gold jewellery necklace link. Found in the Brewood area, Staffordshire via metal detecting.

Silver, Roman finger ring with snake head terminals

Identifier: STKMG:2012.LH.89 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Silver, Roman finger ring with snake head terminals. Recovered through metal detection in the Penkridge area. Reported and purchased through the Treasure Act. British Museum Number 2011 T282

Four gold, Iron Age staters

Identifier: STKMG:2012.LH.91 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Four gold, Iron Age staters. Struck in about 30-50 AD. The obverse sides show an abstract wreath pattern, the reverse a horse and inscription. Recovered through metal detection in the Stafford area...

Viking silver ingot, late 9th or early 10th century

Identifier: STKMG:2011.LH.1 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Viking silver ingot, late 9th or early 10th century. Recovered through metal detection near Shentone, Staffordshire. Reported and purchased through the Treasure Act. British Museum Number 2009 T194.

Silver buckle, late 17th or early 18th century type

Identifier: STKMG:2011.LH.4 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Silver buckle, late 17th or early 18th century type. Recovered through metal detection in the Yoxall area. Reported and purchased through the Treasure Act. British Museum Number 2008 T736

Anglo-Saxon pendant, probably 7th century, gold necklace pendant inlaid with a garnet, found near Hammerwich

Identifier: STKMG:2006.LH.67 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Anglo-Saxon pendant, probably 7th century, gold necklace pendant inlaid with a garnet, found near Hammerwich. Recovered whilst metal detecting, and reported and purchased through the Treasure Act (...

5th-century, Anglo-Saxon gold disc brooch

Identifier: STKMG:2007.LH.5 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

5th-century, Anglo-Saxon gold disc brooch. The circular base plate supports a crouching feline being 'bitten' by a pair of fanged-jaw animal heads. Recovered during metal detecting near Lichfield, ...

One Ottonian gold brooch inlaid with crystal and semi-precious stones

Identifier: STKMG:2003.LH.3 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

One Ottonian gold brooch inlaid with crystal and semi-precious stones. Originally cruciform (cross-shaped) but broken and distorted from plough damage. Made in early-medieval Germany and found near...

Staffordshire Moorlands pan – a Roman, second century AD cast, copper-alloy bowl, inlaid with several colours of enamel

Identifier: STKMG:2006.LH.1 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Staffordshire Moorlands pan - a Roman, second century AD cast, copper-alloy bowl, inlaid with several colours of enamel. Text, inscribed after casting, lists four forts at the westernmost end of Ha...