Visitors to Stoke-on-Trent's Potteries Museum will also be able to see 180 pieces from the hoard
displayed in a recreated seventh century mead hall, as part of an exhibition to set the fragments in the context of the life and times of the Anglo-Saxon Midlands.
The original hoard
, which contained 3,900 items, was bought for PS3.3 million with the help of public donations and has since been seen by tens of thousands of people.
Incredibly, when the hoard
was first discovered, it was like finding a time capsule from the past - a stunningly-preserved piece of history, found in an iron-bound, leather-covered wooden chest buried in the ground, which revealed a great deal about our Roman ancestors.
As with all finds of gold or silver of this date, the hoard
was declared Treasure and has since been with the British Museum for formal identification and valuation.
It is hoped the hoard
will be back in Warwickshire within the next few months so that it can be displayed at Warwick's Market Hall Museum in time for summer.
Bracelets of this type have been found in other hoards
in this region, as well as in hoards
National Museums Scotland have announced details of a national tour of the hoard
, found in the Stewartry in 2014, with it due to go on display in Kirkcudbright Galleries from December 2020.
Apolinario Buerano, NFA assistant regional director, said there was no reason for traders to hoard
rice because prices were already high.
Joint teams of the National Food Authority and Bureau of Customs have in fact been conducting periodic raids on warehouses where smuggled or hoarded
rice stocks are believed to be stored.
"People who hoard
can feel very emotionally attached to the things they hoard
but very alone and isolated from people.
This exploratory study aimed to establish the extent to which occupational therapists encounter individuals who hoard
The 10th-century hoard
includes silver bracelets and brooches, a gold ring, an enamelled Christian cross and a birdshaped gold pin.