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Tunic

This hand-woven sleeveless open-sided tunic was made from hand-spun natural coloured cotton. The cloth was woven in narrow strips (13cm). It is resist painted with a dark pigment, likely traditional...

Horse harness pendant

This pendant is shown in the middle in the photograph. Decorative pendants like this were attached to horse harnesses, sometimes in groups but more commonly as a single pendant. In...

Jug

One of a remarkable collection of late medieval jugs that was discovered during the construction of Princesshay in Exeter. The remains of over 80 jugs were found packed into a...

Jug

One of a remarkable collection of late medieval jugs that was discovered during the construction of Princesshay in Exeter. The remains of over 80 jugs were found packed into a...

Jug

One of a remarkable collection of late medieval jugs that was discovered during the construction of Princesshay in Exeter. The remains of over 80 jugs were found packed into a...

Horse harness pendant

This pendant is shown on the left in the photograph and is in the form of a heraldic shield.Decorative pendants like this were attached to horse harnesses, sometimes in groups...

Mbrammuo

The Asante used these copper alloy weights, or mbrammuo, as a standard in weighing out gold and gold dust. While the weights of the objects were standardised, their shape could...

Bark cloth

This long length of barkcloth (masi) was made and decorated by women. It is decorated with stencilled motifs; long diamonds in the Cakaudrove style and ladder motifs in red. It...

Ring brooch

This miniature gold brooch was probably given as a love token. It is inscribed with 'A AMIE AD NUN ALIS'. The meaning of this is unclear but it starts 'to...