Pendant mounts & purse hangers
Arched pendant mount
with central leaf motif
PM01


Object
:
Pendant mount
Culture:
Medieval
Country of Origin:
England
Material:
Size:
50mm x 12mm
Weight:
3.0 grams

Notes:
Belt hanger. Two arches of similar size with a central leaf motif and knop terminuses. Both bar mounts are absent. Cast construction.

Arched pendant mount
with 3 arches
PM02

Object
:
Pendant mount
Culture:
Medieval. 14th century
Country of Origin:
England
Material:
Size:
17mm x 10mm
Weight:
3.37 grams

Notes:
Belt hanger. Cast construction. The central arch is larger than the two flanking ones with a collar terminus. Both bar mounts are absent.

Similar to: MoL, Egan & Pritchard,Dress Accessories, Item 1198 found Billingsgate Lorry Park, London.

Pendant mount
with three arches

PM10


Object
:
Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 14th century
Country of Origin: England
Material:
Size: 38mm
Weight: 1.88 grams

Notes: Pendant mount which is a belt hanger. Cast construction. The central arch is larger than the two flanking ones with a collar terminus. Both bar mounts are absent.

Similar to: MoL, Egan & Pritchard, Dress Accessories, Item 1198 found Billingsgate Lorry Park, London.

Pendant mount
with quatrefoil
PM03

Object: Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 13th-14th century
Area of Origin: Britain
Material: Bronze
Size: 32mm x 22mm
Weight: 6.12 grams

Notes: Quatrefoil pendant shaped hanger is complete and unbroken. It pivots freely on the rivet. The quatrefoil has a round ball shape on each of the lobes. A single, large rivet is remaining.

This comes from a small collection formed in the 1980's in Britain.

Pendant mount
with quatrefoil
PM04

Object: Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 14th century
Area of Origin: UK.
Material: Copper alloy
Size: 32mm x 19mm
Weight: 1.85 grams

Notes: Quatrefoil pendant shaped hanger is complete and unbroken. 2 rivets are remaining.

Similar to: Identical to Item 1189, Billingsgate Lorry Park, London, MoL Dress Accessories, Egan & Pritchard.
Similar to: Identical to Portible Antiquities Scheme Record ID: SOM-A927C5, dated 1300-1400.

Pendant mount
with trifoil
PM04

Object: Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 14th century
Area of Origin: UK.
Material: Copper alloy
Size: 32mm x 19mm
Weight: 1.85 grams

Notes: Trifoil pendant shaped hanger is complete and unbroken. 2 rivets are remaining.

Pendant mount
with circle
PM06

Object: Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 14th-15th century
Area of Origin: UK.
Material: Bronze
Size: 40mm length
Weight: 5.06 grams

Notes: Pendant hanger is complete and unbroken. Two rivets remain. Hanger body tapers towards the suspension loop, which is complete and unbroken. There is a row of dots around the suspension loop.

Pendant mount
with hook
PM07

Object: Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 14th-15th century
Area of Origin: UK
Material: Bronze
Size: 34mm x 12mm
Weight: 2.68 grams

Notes: Pendant hanger is complete and unbroken. A single rivet remains and a piercing for a further rivet is present.Hanger body tapers towards the hook with the strap end terminating in a double arch. It may be one of a pair of suspension pieces for a purse hanger.

Pendant mount
with hook
PM08

Object: Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 13th-14th century
Area of Origin: Thames, England
Material: Bronze
Size: 34mm x 12mm
Weight: 2.86 grams

Notes: Pendant hanger is complete and unbroken. Two rivets remain. Hanger body tapers towards the hook with the strap end terminating in a double arch. The hook turns towards the strap indicating that it may be one of a pair of suspension pieces for a purse hanger.

Pendant mount
with hook

PM09

Object: Pendant mount
Culture: Medieval. 14th-15th century
Area of Origin: UK
Material: Bronze
Size: 32mm x 19mm
Weight: 3.82 grams

Notes: Pendant hanger is complete and unbroken. Two rivets remain. Hanger body tapers towards the hook with the strap end terminating in a single concave arch.


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