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Bowl and cover

This bowl and cover was created by Robert Fishley in 1844. Robert was born in 1808, the second son of George Fishley. George Fishley established a long lasting dynasty of potters,...

Cushion cover

Bark cloth comes from the fibres of a tree’s inner bark. In Uganda the Mutaba tree is preferred as it produces a favourable deep red colour. This patched cushion cover...

Communion cup and cover

This communion cup was created by Richard Hilliard. Father of the renowned Elizabethan portrait miniaturist Nicholas Hilliard, Richard was a highly skilled craftsman himself. He worked within a community of...

Woven cover

The flax tapore would have covered a hangi or cooking pit which was a traditional cooking method using heated rocks....

Cover for cow horn

This silver alloy cover depicts the head of the god Shiva with a cobra headdress. Hindus believe that cows are sacred animals, and this item was made to adorn the...

Water mains cover

This cast iron stop-cock cover was placed in a pavement to allow access to domestic water supplies from Exeter City Water. It is thought to have been made by Garton...

Horn cover

The deity Parvati is shown here as Gauri, “the Golden Lady” and this item was made to adorn the horn of a holy cow. Hindu scripture informs us that cows...

Bowl and cover

This ceramic bowl is signed and dated ‘R. Fishley. Fremington Pottery. June 22nd, 1844. The inscription identifies it as a piece from a significant North Devon country pottery that flourished...