Medieval Armorial Horse Furniture

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TheFenTiger
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This is an interesting publication, mainly finds from Norfolk but interesting nonetheless. Download link on the right.

http://eaareports.org.uk/publication/report101/
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Many thanks for that. Pretty comprehensive and will be useful when/if I finally manage to find one :D :thumbsup:
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Thanks for this link Fen Tiger.I have this one to research, found earlier this year.
I know it deals with Norfolk based finds and my Quatrefoil pendant was found in Northumberland, but not knowing anything about researching heraldic pendants may well give me the start I need.
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Excellent resource there FenTiger, many thanks :thumbsup:

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If you would like us to put your pendant in an ID thread then give one of us a shout and maybe you'll get more replies to help with the ID :thumbsup:
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Reiver wrote: Sat Dec 05, 2020 12:00 pm Thanks for this link Fen Tiger.I have this one to research, found earlier this year.
I know it deals with Norfolk based finds and my Quatrefoil pendant was found in Northumberland, but not knowing anything about researching heraldic pendants may well give me the start I need.
That’s a beauty :D :thumbsup:
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Thanks for this TheFenTiger,
very interesting indeed & shows the different armorial display fittings other than hanging from the top pendants,
I remember finding this one which was classed as a banner, along with three pendants with the same arms of the Ferrers family from the 12th & 13th century, they held the Earldom of Derby, I was wondering why they were all found in the same large field near Bicester, then found out the Earl of Derby was the Lord of the Manor of Market end in Bicester & owned the land where they were found.
Clint :thumbsup:
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