Small, Tau cross
The Tau cross is a T-shaped cross, sometimes with all three ends of the cross expanded. It is called a “tau cross” because it is shaped like the Greek letter Tau which in its upper-case form has the same appearance as Latin and English letter T.
This is based on a find from Norfolk and dates to the 15th or 16th century. The cross is 14.5mm high and 12mm wide. The original is made from gilded silver.The face of the T is engraved with a line border. Each arm exhibits an engraved foliate design; in the centre of each is a silver pellet. Just below the suspension loop are three engraved lines.