Anglo-Saxon bead - Mucking, Essex, Cemetery II, Grave 924 An amuletic bead from an Anglo-Saxon woman's grave, Mucking, Essex, Cemetery II, Grave 924 £24.00 At the moment, we are self-isolating, and unable to process or post orders. Thank you for your patience. Found in a woman's grave, along with a Kempston type beaker, brooches, knives and other beads. This particular bead was found mid-chest. It was common to find single large beads that were often described as spindle whorls but are also believed to possess amuletic qualities.