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Martin Brothers vase

This vase was created by the Martin brothers. Working in the late 19th century, the four brothers were involved with the Victorian Arts and Craft movement and the Gothic Revival....

Saddleback

The saddleback, like the huia and kokako, is a member of the wattle bird family - these are the only birds in this family in the world and they are/were...

Mantle clock

This elaborate mantle clock was created by the four Martin brothers, Victorian pioneers in the production of studio pottery. Working during the 19th century Gothic revival, the brothers are...

Kamiit

Living far to the west of the Pacific Rim, the peoples of Greenland on the North Atlantic seaboard share distinctive styles of clothing and footwear with west Alaskan Inuit peoples....

Kamiit

Living far to the west of the Pacific Rim, the peoples of Greenland on the North Atlantic seaboard share distinctive styles of clothing and footwear with west Alaskan Inuit peoples....

Netted carpet moth

Drawings of moth larvae by William Buckler given to his friend Rev John Hellins....

Starfish

This starfish fossil shows characteristic five-fold symmetry and is preserved as a natural cast in flint. It was donated by William Linford in 1877 and since then there have been...

Club

New Caledonia bird headed club. Often referred to as “hornbill-headed” clubs, although the origin of the form most likely stems from the earlier war-adze types and there are no hornbills in...