Search Results

6 results found with "Devon"

Bell

The shape of this bell would make a sound which was not pleasant to listen to. This, and the inscription ‘County of Devon’, suggest it originally hung in a prison....

Sleeved waistcoat

This waistcoat belonged to the Quicke family of Devon for 200 years. It was probably worn by John Quicke (1687-1729). He married Rebecca Nutcombe on 1720. They lived in Newton...

Rainwater head

This ornate object was fixed to the outside of a house to collect rainwater and channel it into drainpipes. It is decorated with cherubs and marked with the initials 'IP'...

Fire bucket

This bucket was used to store and transport water for fighting fires. The word 'Exon’ meaning 'Exeter' and the castle image show it was commissioned by the city....

Branding iron

This branding iron was used by Customs officials at the quay in Exeter. The stamp reads ‘GR Exon’. Exon is an abbreviation for ‘Exeter’, and ‘GR’ are the royal stamp...

Filter your results

Help with searching

We use "filtering" to help you narrow your search. Once you've provided a search term you can use the checkboxes below to narrow your search to a particular site, country, period or type of object.

Hide