Under-glaze coloured figurine/ statuette of man in 18th-century costume, holding and pointing to a dove.
Treacle-glazed ceramic chicken whistle, made in a two-piece mould. There is a circular hole moulded in the chicken’s back, The tail is missing but would have had a hole to blow into.
Broken tiles made at the Broseley factory in Shropshire. Similar but not identical to tiles used in the rectory and church, these may have been samples. One has a simple floral design. The other shows a bird, possibly an eagle.
Plain white ceramic ornament – part of a larger object – comprising three birds on a branch (rear view).
Plain white ceramic ornament – part of a larger object – comprising three birds on a branch, possibly parrots. Found amid ash and domestic refuse of the 1890s.
Clear glass bird feeder, from a birdcage. Discarded intact.
Free-blown clear glass bird feeder, with decorative top. Trough broken. This would have stood or been suspended in in a birdcage.
Clay pipe in the shape of a bird’s claw clutching an egg.
Clay pipe in the form of a bird’s claw clutching an egg.