Found in a merchant’s hoard at Black Rock Brighton. together with a blade, and a finger ring, and two oval bronze bracelets.

Two more pairs of loops were found in Hollingdean Brighton in 1825, another four pair of loops with a skeleton and pottery in a grave were found in a site at Falmer Brighton, with two ring headed pin, one about nineteen inches in length.

At the remains of a settlement at Patcham, was found three bracelets , two of solid gold and one of brass covered with gold, all of smooth and elegant finish , a brooch was also found in Ladies Mile Road, Patcham, Brighton.

Known as “The Brighton Loop” from the fact that seventeen of the twenty four recorded bronze objects were found to have come from the Brighton and Hove area.