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Carter No.: 256pp

Handlist description: Gold bracelet

Card/Transcription No.: 256pp-1

256, PP. Gold Bracelet
(See 256, ZZ.)

POSITION: Right forearm; third from elbow of group: X, OO, PP, QQ, RR, SS and SS bis

DIMENSIONS: Max. diam. 5.6; min. diam. 4.8 (interior measurement). L. of plaque 5.3; W. of do. 3.4 cents.

DESCRIPTION: Gold bracelet having on front plaque an wd3t eye inlaid in lapis lazuli and obsidian (pupil). The plaque is fixed to loop by pinned hinges. Loop inlaid and ornamented with granulated gold work and various stones and glasses - for details see note attached.

REMARKS: Inlay much disintegrated.

Card no. 256pp-1 relating to Carter no. 256pp
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