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Objects discovered on Pitgrudy Farm - Copper alloy fitting
Objects discovered on Pitgrudy Farm - Copper alloy fitting

Copper alloy fitting, discovered by metal detectorist on Pitgrudy Farm, Dornoch, slightly curved strip/plate rounded at one end with a round attachment hole (Bag no 28)

The term fitting is used to indicate an unknown object, which may be a part of a strap/belt/book or horse harness.
Picture added on 30 September 2012 at 11:09
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