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Bracelet Bracelet

Gold bracelet set with agate and other native stones, the pendant heart with a window for a hair ornament on the reverse, c. 1858

Bracelet Bracelet

One of a pair of jet bracelets consisting of a centre piece in the form of a double open knot and seven graded connecting sections, worn by Mrs Craig of Edinburgh

Bracelet Bracelet

One of a pair of jet bracelets consisting of a centre piece in the form of a double open knot and eight graded connecting sections, worn by Mrs Craig of Edinburgh

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet or necklace of native pebbles with glazed sections containing locks of hair, inscribed 'Jean Duchess of Gordon, died 11th April 1812'

Bracelet, identity Bracelet, identity

White metal identity bracelet, worn by Corporal A.L. Sneddon, Cameronians, World War I

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet of bronze, thin and decorated with bands of raised lentoid-shaped patterns seperated by three grooves, from Melfort, Argyll, 2200 - 1700 BC

Bracelet, penannular Bracelet, penannular

Late Bronze Age bronze penannular bracelet or armring with expanded ends, from Monmore, Killin, Perthshire, 1000-800 BC

Bracelet Bracelet

Spacer plate bracelet of jet, from a cist at Pitreuchie, Angus, 2050 - 1700 BC

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet of bronze, spirally twisted, from Pitalpin, Angus, 0 - 200 AD

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet of bronze, two sections of ribbed metal hinged together, late Celtic type, found near Plunton Castle, Kirkcudbrightshire, 0 - 200 AD

Bracelet, penannular Bracelet, penannular

Bracelet of gold, from Bonnyside, Stirlingshire, Middle Bronze Age 1400 - 1200 BC

Bracelet, penannular Bracelet, penannular

Bracelet of gold, broken in two, from Coul, Islay, 950 - 750 BC

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet of gold, penannular expanded ends, from Scotland, 950 - 750 BC

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet of gold, found on Oxna, Shetland, 1000 - 1050 AD

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet of gold, spirally twisted terminating in a hook at each end, from Coulter, Lanarkshire, 300 BC - 50 AD

Bracelet Bracelet

Bracelet (ring money) of silver, triangular in section, ornamented with stamped trianges each with three pellets, part of Viking Age silver hoard found at Skaill, Sandwick, Orkney, deposited 950 - 970 AD

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