Accessories and Commonplace Items.
This is a mirror case made out of bone. The art work on the bone depict two towers and two trees beneath it. It is thought to originally had three towers; however, the third tower broke off. This three-piece mirror case is held together with copper alloy screws. It was made in the early Middle Ages and is now in the Museum of London.
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H 37 mm; W 61.1 mm; T 6.9 mm
“Mirror Case,” Medieval London, accessed December 10, 2018, http://medievallondon.ace.fordham.edu/items/show/295.