Lip of washstand jug, with floral pattern, transfer-printed in light-medium blue.
Saucer fragment with transfer-printed pattern in red, showing figures in the centre.
Pieces of a saucer, with a red transfer-printed pattern, shaded with pink and light green in the central design.
Fragments of plates with transfer-printed and hand-printed designs in various colours.
Blue and white ceramic, lower base-rim of cup or vase with oriental pattern (possibly willow pattern).
Small plate, with printed and painted decoration in red and green.
Coloured glazed tiles, from floor, wall or fireplace.
Part of a soap/ toiletries. toothbrush holder, from a ceramic washstand set. It may or may not have had a lid. Simple red/brown transfer-printed design to exterior.
Fragments of transfer-printed and painted tableware.
Broken plate with brown transfer-printed floral pattern and decorative border.
Plate with transfer-printed pattern in lilac/purple, showing birds and flora.
Fragments of a dish and plate, with transfer-printed patterns in green and blue.
Cheap ceramic saucers – lightly decorated. Broken and discarded in Great Yarmouth.
The top of a two-piece (travelling?) shaving brush. The body is of bone, and there is an internal screw thread for the lower part (which is missing) to screw in to. The bristles have shrunk.
Turned wooden item, with grooves in the centre and rounded ends. Use unknown. Traces of copper staining at one end. The other end is damaged.
Bone handle from a knife, fork or spoon. The metal blade is missing. The side is split, which may have caused the tang to loosen and the blade to become dislodged.
Clear glass jar, with external screw thread, ground on top. Embossed on base ‘Propert’s, London’. Such jars contained boot cream or other creams and polishes. It is an early example of a jar with an external screw thread.
Left, bottle embossed down both side panels ‘Argonaut Reg.’, for hat polish. Right, bottle embossed down side panels ‘Floraline’/ ‘London’, corked with metal drizzler – a hair tonic product?
Mid-Victorian statuette of man in chair, crudely painted and made in the Staffordshire potteries – possibly a fairing. There are signs that the head (missing) had, in the past, been cemented back on.
Hollow moulded statuette of woman in what appears to be eastern European dress, holding a fan.