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This came from the same location as I found my other bit which I posted a few weeks ago. I think it’s from a later and different type but thought I would ask. It looks like it had some glaze on it too at some point. There’s some unusual lines on the thicker end. Any ideas what it was a Age, I’m thinking post medieval
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2019 hammies. = 44 (including quarters, halves and broken)
Saxon = 1( broken sceatta)
Celtic. = 1
Silver denarius = 1
Gold Roman = 0
Gold ring. = 0
Gold hammered .= 1
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It looks like the lines at the break are actually what remains of holes from inside to out. Looking at the rest of the item there are more holes which i suspect also go inside. It could be some form of sieve or strainer partial.
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This is late Medi/ Tudor. Could be part of a handle from a large jug.