Iron Age Zoomorphic Bronze Cosmetic Mortar. Circa, 50 BC-50 AD. Copper-alloy, 81.37 mm. An exceptional quality Late Iron Age centre-looped cosmetic mortar. Formed of a crescent-shaped bow decorated on each side with two punched dot triangular panels. The terminals are in the form of devolved, zoomorphic heads with upturned beaks and large round eyes, Very much like a Duck. Each terminal is joined to the centre loop by an openwork strut. REF: Jackson, R, 2010, p. 79, no. 36 & p. 123. From a private Norfolk collection.