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Hunterston Brooch, c. 700

Hunterston Brooch Scotland or Ireland combines Celtic and Anglo-Saxon styles; silver, decorated with amber settings and panels of filigree goldwork; runic inscription on the back reads 'Melbrigda owns this brooch'.

Jewel encrusted buckle found at Sutton Hoo an Anglo-Saxon burial mound.

Gold belt buckle found in the Sutton Hoo excavations - site of two and early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries - England. Probably from the burial of King Raedwald. The large belt plate is both hinged and hollow.

Pictish treasure on St. Ninian's Isle, possibly ~8th century. Penannular Brooch.

Pictish treasure on St. Ninian's Isle, possibly century.