Production date: 10thC
Excavated/Findspot: Europe: British Isles: England: Surrey: Oxshott Wood
Materials: copper alloy
Technique: incised; relief
Bronze disk. The front side is decorated with an equal-shouldered cross, in the center of which is a quadrangular field with concave sides. Inside this field is a circular depression surrounded by four annulets. The arms of the cross form a loose interwoven pattern, which is given a zoomorphic character by the addition of a small round eye. The arms of the cross, up to the beginning of the interlacing, are ribbed between two bordering lines, the lines continue in the interlacing, but the ribbing stops. Circle is bordered by a grooved band. Dorsum smooth and rather dimpled.