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Discover the work of these Victorian pioneers in craftsmanship.
Miss JE Linter began collecting land snail shells in the 1880s. Her collection is of the finest quality. RAMM has over 15,000 of her shells from around the globe.
South West Collections Explorer has a new feature for researchers and others. It allows visitors to curate a collection of objects then share or keep the collection private.
New research locates type mollusc material belonging to Colonel George Montagu at RAMM and Natural History Museum
A donor's visit has provided some new insights into RAMM's Art Pottery collection.
Exploring the unusual material of straw used in the embroidery of a late 1860's dress.
Exploring the relationship between museums and university researchers
The 'Bad Homburg Boar' is a splendid piece of taxidermy. He was a twinning anniversary gift from the City of Bad Homburg vor der Höhe in Germany to the City of Exeter in 1990. But why did they give Exeter a wild boar and what did we give them in return?
The interpretation of each scene of RAMM's Japanese triptych book has been kindly provided by Dr Clare Pollard, Curator of Japanese Art at the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.