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Bone, plain weave blue silk
Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust 1931.462.e
This bone is thought to belong to a finger (metacarpal) although the curve is too prominent for a human. An exact determination can't be made without unwrapping it.
This relic is housed inside of the portable altar commissioned by Countess Gertrude of Brunswick, one of the Guelph Treasure’s earliest and most sumptuous objects.
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