Iron (I think) Swivel/Leash fitting?

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TerraEnglandia wrote: Fri Jul 24, 2020 11:32 am I said something like "it doesn't look very old, I might be able to use it for something". :Thinking:
That's one to edit out! :D :D
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Thu Jul 23, 2020 11:31 pm Thanks alloverover. :thumbsup:
I'm doing my best not to spend any money at the moment, even all the small things. It looks as though Jill, my good lady is about to be made redundant yet again. Sometimes when you think all is well, you get a kick up the backside. Such is life, but at least we have our health. :)
Sorry to hear that, lot of it about at the moment unfortunately. My Mrs is actually being furloughed by the hour now, so doing half a shift and being furloughed for the other half :|
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That’s a cracking find Andy. Love it especially the pattern on the swivel.
A good hand made bit of work. Hard to tell the age but I’d say late medieval.
Bet it gave a heck of a signal.
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Ladybird66 wrote: Sat Jul 25, 2020 9:30 pm That’s a cracking find Andy. Love it especially the pattern on the swivel.
A good hand made bit of work. Hard to tell the age but I’d say late medieval.
Bet it gave a heck of a signal.
I have it in front of me right now and I'm still struggling to think that it's not something more modern and made of iron. :Thinking: :D
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