Machine-knitted woollen stocking.
Brass mid-Victorian pins, found on a patch of black silt with mid-Victorian refuse on the south bank of the Thames foreshore, along from the Globe. They were used to pin cloth by seamstresses and were probably attached to off-cuts when discarded.
Clear glass long-necked bottle, 11 cm tall. 3.6 cm wide, embossed ‘Super’ on base, and retaining sticky black residue. It would have contained sewing machine oil, manufactured by Singer. Dumped with much of its contents intact in 1908 after the death of...
Clear glass bottle for ‘Extra Quality Machine Oil’ from the Singer Co., Manufacturers. The top of the neck is broken off. Below it is a child’s slate pencil and a child’s thimble.