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Belt mount

Small, round slightly domed bronze strap mountings for a belt. Cast in one piece. South-east European origin. Identical in design and motif. All show signs of wear and the floral motif on one is almost completely obliterated. This suggests that they were probably attached to the part of the belt that was pulled through the belt buckle. Grave find, Vivallen, Tännäs Parish, Härjedalen.

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Object number: 107027_HST

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