Medieval gaming pieces, ca. 1000-1200 AD
Disc-shaped pieces made of bone, wood or ivory were used for playing a game called ‘tables’. From left to right: Bone game piece with grotesque design of bird or beast pecking at indistinguishable object, with neck of second bird or beast similarly engaged in background. The piece in the centre is decorated with concentric circles and band of ring and dot ornament. The piece on the right is decorated with a large hole in centre with concentric circles and one row of circle and dot ornament.
Source: Museum of London