Bracelets from Wroughton

In the Iron Age (800 BC to 50 AD) iron was used to make bracelets. They were often carefully and elaborately worked and must have been highly prized. These came from a deposit of iron jewellery and weapons from Wroughton.
Iron bracelets from Wroughton

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