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Celtic Cosmetic Grinder Set, Bronze, East Anglia, 1st century BC. These so-called "woad grinders" are exclusively British. Sometimes found in female graves, they were hung around the neck so as to be available for quick make-up touch-ups. Their function remained a mystery until the 1970s when attached residue was analyzed.

Celtic Cosmetic Grinder Set, Bronze, East Anglia, 1st century BC. These so-called "woad grinders" are exclusively British. Sometimes found in female graves, they were hung around the neck so as to be available for quick make-up touch-ups. Their function remained a mystery until the 1970s when attached residue was analyzed.

Penannular brooches were commonly used from early Celtic times and were adopted by some Roman and used right through to the Medieval period. Its advantage was its size and the large pin that could securely fix a heavy cloak. Many, such as these found in our kits are made of iron, while some were made of silver and gold

Penannular brooches were commonly used from early Celtic times and were adopted by some Roman and used right through to the Medieval period. Its advantage was its size and the large pin that could securely fix a heavy cloak. Many, such as these found in our kits are made of iron, while some were made of silver and gold

A fine Celtic Bronze Belt Buckle, La Tene, ca 4th century BC | Sands of Time Ancient Art

A fine Celtic Bronze Belt Buckle, La Tene, ca 4th century BC

cast bronze belt fitting with open floral design. Two hooks on rear for mounting on belt. Condition: Intact with deep green buttery patina, very fine example with museum quality custom mount.

La Tène era ‘Celtic’ burials have recently been uncovered by archaeologists working at Buchères in north central France. Dating from the third and fourth century BC, these richly furnished Gaulish graves were discovered during topsoil stripping at the Aube Logistick Park.

A number of spectacular La Tène era ‘Celtic’ burials have recently been uncovered by archaeologist working at Buchères in north central France.

- Broche Celta . Siglo Vlll a.C. Alemania . Metropolitan Museum NY ./tcc/

Brooch Celtic (Germany), Century BC The Metropolitan Museum of Art. x 7 x cm) Accession Number:

Bone Viking Age needlecase from Öland. Note the attached bronze chain with its own ring for fastening to a brooch or other holding device.  In the Historiska Museet, Sweden.

Bone Viking Age needlecase from Öland. Note the attached bronze chain with its own ring for fastening to a brooch or other holding device. In the Historiska Museet, Sweden.

Sutton Hoo shield boss

Shield Boss -- Century -- Excavated from the Anglo-Saxon burial ship discovered at the English estate of Sutton Hoo in Photo courtesy of the British Museum.

Iceni Celtic bronze double headed goat amulet with loop. 1st cent CE. Found in Norfolk, UK.  from Patti Pat http://www.pinterest.com/pin/5911043233055887/

Iceni Celtic bronze double headed goat amulet with loop. Found in Norfolk, UK.

Celtic Late Bronze Age Fibula | 4th Century BC, 3rd Century BC | Price $23,000.00 | Celtic | Bronze | Jewelry | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Celtic Late Bronze Age Fibula | 4th Century BC, 3rd Century BC | Price $23,000.00 | Celtic | Bronze | Jewelry | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

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