The Nether Wallop Cache was found in 1978. The discovery was made as the owners of a property in Nether Wallop, Hampshire, were gutting and renovating their home. The house has a 15th century cruck timber frame and was originally a farm dwelling. The cache was found in a first floor bedroom, above the living room. The items were found together, bundled into a knot-hole, formed in one of the oak brackets which is joined to into the main cruck frame and supports the cross-beam spanning the two arched frame members. The bracket is located in a North-West facing wall, directly above the inglenook fireplace.