decorative fragment for ID please

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Kenleyboy
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Another forgotten piece from the scrap tin . This is flat with a feint pattern in relief and I have included a little rough sketch for better definition .
Possibly copper/bronze about 2 mm thick . Any ideas or suggestions what it could be from would be much appreciated .
Thanks .
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Thats a real headscratcher is that Paul. :D
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I like finding those bits of copper somethings and have had similar funny ridged ones like yours too. I’d assumed it was a casting mark though :Thinking:
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could be part of a skillet :Thinking:
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Oxgirl wrote: Tue Jul 28, 2020 8:42 am I like finding those bits of copper somethings and have had similar funny ridged ones like yours too. I’d assumed it was a casting mark though :Thinking:
I am up for any suggestions and castings marks is a good one :thumbsup: There is definitely a pattern in both lines , small tulip style designs with the larger four leaf type design at the bottom .
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