Clothing accessories from Stettweg from the Early Iron Age (end of the 7th century BC).
Made after the design of a rectangular bronze sheet with rattle pendants from a burial mound in Strettweg near Judenburg (Austria).
Motifs characteristic for the Early Iron Age were made on the bronze plates by a metalworking technique in which metal is ornamented or shaped with a hammer and a chisel from the reverse to create a design in low relief.
You can find the original at the Archaeology Museum, Universalmuseum Joanneum in Graz.
A-8160 Thannhausen, Felsenweg 5.