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Anglo-Saxon. The Fuller Brooch, British Museum. Late 9th Century AD. Silver and niello. Size: 11.4 cm in diameter. Author: Johnbod.

The Fuller Brooch is an Anglo-Saxon silver and niello brooch dated to the late century, which is now in the British Museum,

The Fuller Brooch is a piece of late 9th century Anglo-Saxon art of unknown provenance.  It is a large disc made of hammered sheet silver inlaid with black niello and with a diameter of 11.4 cm. Its centre roundel is decorated with personifications of the five senses. In the centre is Sight with large staring oval eyes, surrounded by the other four senses, each in his own compartment. Taste has a hand in his mouth. Smell’s hands are behind his back, and he stands between two tal

The Fuller Brooch is a piece of late century Anglo-Saxon art of unknown provenance. Large saxon disc brooch from the British museum. diameter, deep engraving and bossed rivets.

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Canterbury  Anglo Saxon Brooch with glass inlays

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Canterbury Anglo Saxon Brooch with glass inlays

The Fuller Brooch.  Silver and niello. Late Anglo-Saxon (late 9th c). Diam 114mm.  British Museum.

The Fuller Brooch (Anglo-Saxon, late century AD) - The earliest known personification of the Five Senses

The Fuller Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, late 9th century, 11.4 cm in diameter, © Trustees of the British Museum

The Fuller Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, late century, cm in diameter, © Trustees of the British Museum - I particularly like the more abstract discs

Pendant, 7th C.

Pendant, 7th C.

Anglo-Saxon brooch 6-7th cent. British Museum

Anglo-Saxon brooch - dimpled plates set into larger bezels secure the garnets

Anglo-Saxon disc brooch from Faversham, England, c. early 7th century. Image taken from the Met’s collections.

Disk Brooch early century Made in, Faversham, England Anglo-Saxon Medium:Gold sheet, garnets with patterned foil backings, blue glass

Jewelled disc brooch, 6th century (gold, silver and cloisonne enamel)

Jewelled disc brooch, century (gold, silver and cloisonne enamel) anglo saxon creator Anglo-Saxon, century) .

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon. British Museum

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon. British Museum

9c silver disc brooch, late Anglo-Saxon. British Museum

Lovely detail and so pretty!

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Winchester

Anglo-Saxon Archaeology: Winchester

Kingston Down brooch, Anglo-Saxon, early seventh-century. The ‘step’ pattern recalls the centre of the St Mark carpet page in the Lindisfarne Gospels.

Kingston Down belt brooch, Anglo-Saxon, early seventh-century. The ‘step’ pattern recalls the centre of the St Mark carpet page in the Lindisfarne Gospels.

Anglo-Saxon disc brooch in the Ashmolean Museum    Gold shell glass garnet 600-700AD

The Milton Brooch (Disc brooch) Anglo-Saxon disc brooch in the Ashmolean Museum Gold shell glass garnet

ANGLO - SAXON RUNNING SPIRALS GILT SAUCER BROOCH

Anglo - Saxon Running Spirals Gilt Saucer Brooch Jewellery 024088 Photos and Information in AncientPoint

Disk Brooch, early 600s Anglo-Saxon; Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

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