A small, solid gold amulet in the shape of a stylized duck. The simple, yet elegant, body is in the shape of a narrow, flat ellipse, and the well-rounded head and neck feature incised details, such as the eyes and the mouth. The body of the duck is pierced by two small holes, one of which is filled with an undetermined substance, probably stone or resin. The purpose of these holes is not clear. A loop protrudes from the chest and would have been used to suspend the duck as a pendant or from a necklace or collar.
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