The most common type of Celtic dwelling was a round hut made from a frame of wood with walls of a mixture of mud, dung and branches; and covered with a conical roof made from thatch. There were many variations and sizes that ranged from small family sized buildings to huge multi-level buildings that had spaces for the livestock underneath with the living accommodation above.
The Celts are regarded as being excellent at crafting metal. This mirror would have belonged to a woman from a wealthy family. The mirrored face would have been produced by highly polishing the surface of one side.