This solid gold bangle was discovered at Baumber, near Horncastle in 1997.
It is the largest example of its type from Lincolnshire. It was made in the later Bronze Age, between c.900 and c.700BC, and may not actually ever have been completed.
Some hammer marks are still visible, which would undoubtedly have been polished out on a finished item.
The bangle has simple terminals and no other decoration.
Courtesy of Lincolnshire County Council, The Collection