The silver frontplate and the copper backplate were held together
by a line of dome-headed silver rivets, as well as three rosettes
on top and one at the bottom. A tendril branching into two leaves
at either side unfurls from the centre of the plate. The tendrils
enclose a palmette motif with fleshy leaves. The design is repeated
on the lower half of the plate, but the design can hardly be made
out, as the plate is broken. Almost the exact copy of this plate
was found in the grave No.14 of Kenézlõ.
Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum, Budapest - 55.3.3.A.
Fettich 1931, 84.; Dienes 1964, 88-89.