Inlay jewellery, X c. – an archaeological find from the southwestern part of the Great Royal Palace/ Inner city, in the Residency of The Royal Family which governed Veliki Preslav, 2016.

This piece of art is an epitome of luxury, made out of thin gold leaf using the technique of cellular enamelling. The cells are formed out of soldered gold little wires, and a gold cord divides the inlay into two halves. The enamel is in five different colours and it draws two seven-leaf palmettes.

The jewellery is part of the golden finds in The Treasury of The Archaeological Museum “Veliki Preslav”.