|semi-precious stone in mount|
On Saturday I found Turf Mottlegill fungi near the Roundstone Pub. On Sunday I was metal detecting with my club and found a George III 1817 sixpence and an interesting piece of jewelry consisting of a large semi-previous stone, possibly a citrine, set in a copper-gilt mount. It may be Tudor. The farm field was 50% grass 50% soil and I found Cup fungi, Pleated Inkcaps, Stubble Rosegills and Winter Twiglets.
|Turf Mottlegill, Panaeolus fimicola|
|George III sixpence 1817|
|side view of jewelry|
|Cup fungus, Peziza species|
|Stubble Rosegill, Volvariella gloiocephala|
|Winter Twiglets, Tubaria furfuracea|