Search Results

880 results found with "-2000"

bottle

This type of infant feeding bottle became very popular during the 19th century, as they allowed babies to independently feed themselves, using a long rubber tube attached to a teat....

Horse eye beans

These seeds are from a collection of specimens and photos chiefly concerned with economic botany belonging to J R Jackson of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew....

Cuban land snail

Cuban land snail shells range in colour from cream to ruby. Most have chocolate brown or black stripes....

Land snail shells

2 shells possibly collected by Alfred Russel Wallace on his trip to the Malay Archipelago. Further research is required. Data handwritten in ink on loose label: ‘ Albersia granulata. Q &...

Castor oil plant seeds

This cator oil plant seeds are from a collection of specimens and photos chiefly concerned with economic botany belonging to J R Jackson of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew....

Clay pipe

This clay pipe hung in Headweir Mill House, Exeter for many decades before being donated to RAMM. It was made by William Southern & Co, Broseley, Shropshire....

Lace-bark, gauze tree

Lace bark cloth could be made from the inner bark of the Laghetto tree which was native to Jamaica. The inner bark is a mesh of fibres - this is...

City of Exeter Asylum moustache cup

This unusual piece of pottery bears the name of the ‘City of Exeter Asylum’. The Asylum was built by the Exeter Corporation as a place to treat and care for...