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Clay pipe

Clay pipes were used in Britain for over 300 years but the style of the pipes changed over time according to fashions and the cost of tobacco. This pipe dates...

Clock figure

This is part of a clock which was made in 1619-21 and is the oldest surviving clock in Devon. It consisted of a stone dial with this figure above. The...

Clock face

This clock was made in 1619-21 by the Exeter craftsman Matthew Hoppin and is the oldest surviving clock in Devon. It consisted of a stone dial with a seated figure...

Slip top spoon

This silver spoon is a rarity as it an archaeological find but is possible to identify its likely original owner. It is stamped with the makers mark TP in a...

Thimble with lion and cartouche

This thimble is made from two pieces of sheet silver, one sheet for the body and another for the dome. It was found by a metal-detectorist and has become squashed...

Clay pipe

Clay pipes were used in Britain for over 300 years but the style of the pipes changed over time according to fashions and the cost of tobacco. This pipe dates...

Clay pipe

Clay pipes were used in Britain for over 300 years but the style of the pipes changed over time according to fashions and the cost of tobacco. This pipe dates...

Clay pipe

Clay pipes were used in Britain for over 300 years but the style of the pipes changed over time according to fashions and the cost of tobacco. It was discovered...

Clay pipe

Clay pipes were used in Britain for over 300 years but the style of the pipes changed over time according to fashions and the cost of tobacco. This pipe dates...

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