Bronze bangle?

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Petesmith1967
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Hi dug this the other day and it was suggested that it might be a bronze age child's bracelet as far as I can tell there is no patterning on it but it is flat other inside also appears to have been one piece any help is appreciated thank you
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Thats a nice item if it turns out to be a childs bracelet
What a great find :thumbsup:

Its quite round too, by that i mean the dimensions look symetrical at approx 60mm x 60mm
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How darn annoying that they don’t date these more closely. The bronze age ones seem to have a very refined and distinct finish in the main, although some are attributed to the bronze age (often with VERY wide timescales)that look similar. I suspect this is one that needs holding to get a better idea of it’s true age :|
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I have a similar one, and the answer I was given was that it was a (relatively) modern terret ring.....
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Nice find, but one of those annoying types that could be from many periods. Yours does look to have some age to it, though how much is hard to say :thumbsup:
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Thank you all for the replys
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