Belt Buckle


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 301

At the center of the circular plate of this buckle is a tiny face superimposed on a cross. Other instances of this face that appear with inscriptions indicate that it is meant to represent Christ.

Belt Buckle, Copper alloy, "tinned" surface, Frankish

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