|Current Location:||Collections storage|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Aurelio Cinquegrana, 1987|
|Other Number||L-897-46 - Old Museum Number|
Iron hand cross. The stem is rectangular in cross-section and ends are in a flat square plaque which has triangular cross at top and bottom . All are incised. The cross itself is formed of four triangular arms which end in "scrolls." A small cross identical to the one at the base of the stem is at the end of each arm. Both sides of the cross are incised.
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