One ground and pecked stone fragment of two-hole gorget made out of a slate like material. Dark red in color with a small circular hole in the middle. The second hole is visable on the backside but half of it has been broken off. Almost rectangular but has uneven sides of which three have been damaged.
There is bee's wax on the front side below the hole. Above the hole there is a field marked 'X' which has a circle circumscribed about it. Next to and below the 'X' are two field numbers.
|Site Name||Bull Brook|
|Date||10,600-11,000 (Radio Carbon Years)|
|Excavated by||Eldridge, William|
|Lexicon sub-category||Stone, Ground|
|Adopted By||Quinn and Susan Rosefsky|
|Place||United States | MA | Essex | Ipswich|