The Treasure of British Museum: The Rose Ash Bowl

The Rose Ash Bowl  Rose Ash, Devon, England    Iron Age, about 100 BC – AD 100 Discovered on a farm in Devon   Bronze bowl was made by hand from a single piece of bronze so delicate that had been broken and cracked when it was used in the Iron Age and clumsily repaired using solder.  © Trustees of the British Museum

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