Roman silver snake bracelet declared as treasure
AN incomplete Roman silver snake bracelet has been officially declared as a treasure find.
Central Lincolnshire Coroner, Stuart Fisher, recorded that the bracelet found by Graham Vickers while metal detecting, constitutes treasure.
The silver item was discovered on farmland in the Louth area on August 2, while Mr Vickers was metal detecting with the landowner’s permission.
A treasure trove inquest held in Spilsby today heard that the bracelet could date back to either 1st or 2nd Century AD.
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Features of the bracelet include a distinctive coil and diagonal lines on the perimeter of the neck.
The Collection museum in Lincoln has expressed an interest in obtaining the piece.