A great find from Joel this week! This unusual, decorated chalk spindle whorl came from an Iron Age ditch at St Neots, Cambridgeshire. Chalk objects like this are very fragile and rarely survive.
Green glazed pottery is among the most important (and frequently encountered) finds from medieval/early post medieval sites in London. This is because detailed knowledge of variations in pottery over time make it an extremely valuable dating tool!Read More
This late medieval chain is No. 5 in our ‘Find of the Week’ series from McAleer & Rushe’s site at Arbor City Hotel, London Aldgate. It’s probably a dress fitting, possibly used for securing a personal identification seal.Read More