A 17th century back comb with pierced decoration depicting 7 animals against a landscape with trees. The animals depicted are a deer or antelope, a camel, a lion, a monkey playing a lyre, a lioness (?), an elephant and a stag. The decorative detail is the same on both sides of the comb. The comb is thought to be Dutch in origin. Two of the comb's teeth are broken and one is missing. This natural plastic item forms part of the Worshipful Company of Horners collection.