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Carter No.: 256ddd

Handlist description: Bracelet, lapis lazuli and gold

Card/Transcription No.: 256ddd

256, DDD. Bracelet - lapis and gold.
(See 256, SS, bis)

POSITION: Left forearm, nearest elbow (hidden by WW it being underneath). (Group WW, DDD, XX, YY, ZZ, AAA).

DIMENSIONS: Circumference, 17.4; diam. of central plaque, 4.2 cents. W. of straps 2.4 cents

DESCRIPTION: A circular central plaque of granulated gold-work, having centre inlaid with boss of lapis lazuli. Straps of ten strings of gold beads: <>, ending in sliding clasp in middle. (See photo for details)

REMARKS: Was completely hidden by WW, hence no photo in position.

Card no. 256ddd relating to Carter no. 256ddd
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