Gold pendant in the form of a bow: 16th-17th century
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Gold pendant in the form of a bow set with fancy-cut and trap-cut foil-backed rubies and table-cut diamonds. The pendant, called a 'flower' in Elizabethan times, was often attached by a ribbon to the left breast. Pendants also adorned the hair and the neckline. Part of the Cheapside Hoard.
1501 AD - 1625 AD