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Dress pin

This decorative ball is part of a Tudor dress pin which originally belonged to a wealthy individual. Dress pins were used to hold elaborate clothing in place and many were...

Pin

This pin or needle was a tool used in the production of cloth, and its highly polished surfaces suggest it has been well used. It was discovered during excavations in...

Replica linch pin

This pin would have been used to help secure a chariot or cart wheel to the vehicle’s axle, and is the equivalent of a car’s wheel nut. See 201/2003...

Pin

This pin or needle was a tool used in the production of cloth, and its highly polished surfaces suggest it has been well used. It was discovered during excavations in...

Dress pin

This is the head of a decorative dress-pin decorated with filigree circles and knops. It originally had a long pin attached and was used by women in their hair or...

Pin

This pin or needle was a tool used in the production of cloth, and its highly polished surfaces suggest it has been well used. It was discovered during excavations in...

Pin

This hair pin was found in the legionary fortress at Exeter, and shows that there women in the fortress....

Dress pin

This silver-gilt pin dates from the 16th century. The head is decorated with delicate ornamental wire called ‘filigree’....

Cloak pin

Pierced at one end. Used to pin the cloak at the shoulder, it could also be worn in groups on the cloak or as ear ornaments. Collected on one of...