A split image showing an X-radiograph of the Chisledon Cauldron and a British Museum metal’s conservator at work on the object
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The Trustees of the British Museum
 
While the original Chiseldon cauldrons undergo conservation at the British Museum BBC News Wiltshire reports that –
 
A full-size replica of an Iron Age cauldron found in a Wiltshire field as part of “the biggest Iron Age find to date” has been unveiled. The large cauldron is one of 17 found by a metal detector enthusiast near the village of Chiseldon in 2004. The cauldrons, described as “too fragile and important ever to return to Chiseldon”, are at the British Museum. But in 2011, a local history group commissioned an exact copy to be made as a lasting memory of the find.
 
Story here. See also the British Museum video here.