19th Cent English sheep bell. Note, the shepherd owned the crook, bells and lanterns, whereas the master owned the flock etc.
This is a Clucket bell of the smallest dimensions and innate to the southern parts of England. The bell measures 2. 1/2 inches at the mouth. It has its old wooden yoke with evidence of some paint too. It has leather lockyers and its original clapper. The bell is well worn at the mouth and gives a slightly higher than average ring being of small size.