It's guess the item game!

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Roman bronze spout. :?:
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Zoomorphic. :thumbsup:
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Not a spout Mucky but you could be onto something with the zoomorphic bit ;)
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Ahh you'll have to give us a bit more clue then.
Is it a measurer of some type? Zoomorphic Roman apothecary measure for fluid? :Thinking:
God isn't it exciting! Lol . :D
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Iron Age terret ring?
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Not a terret no, another view
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Is it a duck, duck?
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Duck brooch?
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Late Iron age/Roman zoomorphic toggle. ;)
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Jan has it :clapping: its a duck, duck :lol:
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alloverover wrote: Fri Nov 26, 2021 9:03 pm Jan has it :clapping: its a duck, duck :lol:
Roman vessel mount :thumbsup:
What am I talking about, its a bloody pigeon .....oh bum :lol: :lol: :lol:
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alloverover wrote: Fri Nov 26, 2021 9:05 pm What am I talking about, its a bloody pigeon .....oh bum :lol: :lol: :lol:
Oh well, ive blown it :oops: , lets give it to Jan even though she wasnt right :lol: , couple of 7% ales and I dont know my ducks from my pigeons :lol:
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alloverover wrote: Fri Nov 26, 2021 9:07 pm Oh well, ive blown it :oops: , lets give it to Jan even though she wasnt right :lol: , couple of 7% ales and I dont know my ducks from my pigeons :lol:
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It's oh so easy to misinterpret a picture or make incorrect assumptions about an item, but I guess that just adds to the teaser? :Thinking: :pulling hair out: :lol:
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Lol. I had duck for lunch so maybe that coloured my ornithology.
I have been in a culinary mindset ever since meeting with a woman client from California earlier in the day who had left Cali because it is now a sh&t-hole and come to rural Normandie , of all places, dripping with woke sensibilities. :roll: :lol: She was talking about a field of sheep next to the house she has bought and talking about how pretty they were. To which i replied yes, we have one of those in our freezer. She recoiled as if I were a rattle-snake. :D I think she though M. the farmer kept them solely for their contribution to rustic charm. Anyway she had already pee'd me off by that stage as she whinged about everything and she had got a really nice house with a third of an acre in good condition for less than 140,000 euros. and she was moaning about how the cream on the doors didn't exactly match the colour of the walls and she was very particular, she said. So I must admit the urge to bring her down to earth was over-mastering.
But I digress.
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