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Dress

Identifier: 1794 · Date: c1840 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Full-length lady's dress with red weft and blue warp to look purple, woven design in blue horizontal lines alternated with squares making up grid patterns, bodice has round collar with broderie ang...

Shawl

Identifier: 1323 · Date: 19th Century · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

cream cotton mixture with paisley pattern border in reds, greens and blues, fringed silk border on two sides, rolled hems on other two sides

The Paisley pattern shawl was an essential and versatil...

Mitten

Identifier: 1907.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

right hand of black lace mitten, mainly spotted net with lace border on all edges, three vertical lines on back of hand

Black or white fingerless mittens were worn by women as part of their day-we...

Mitten

Identifier: 1907.2 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

left hand of black lace mitten, mainly spotted net with lace border on all edges, three vertical lines on back of hand

Black or white fingerless mittens were worn by women as part of their day-wea...

Hair

Identifier: 1855.3 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

auburn curled hairpiece with tortoiseshell clasp with brass catch, three large curls twisted onto wire and attached to clasp

During the late Victorian times, it was fashionable to create lavish, c...

Hair

Identifier: 1855.4 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

auburn curled hairpiece with tortoiseshell clasp with brass catch, three large curls twisted onto wire and attached to clasp

During the late Victorian times, it was fashionable to create lavish, c...

Sash

Identifier: 1344 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

purple with white edges and purple tassle on one end, embroidery in centre showing eye, stag, shield, globe, `Trustee`, `AOF`

Although simply a Friendly Society, which provided sickness and pensio...

Sash

Identifier: 1341 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

green with white stripes on either edge, two gold tassles on end, embroidery in red, white, gold and green with eye, stag, shield, initials `AOF`, globe with banner

The District Chief Ranger was t...

Apron

Identifier: 1350 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

decorative apron with green silk edge and silver fringe, rectangular centre panel is cream with silver braid round edge, printed with an oval engraving showing two circular scenes surrounded by fol...

Sash

Identifier: 1858 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

royal blue masonic sash with white border, red and silver strip on each end with silver fringe, letters `GM` in patterned silver metal are attached

This sash was worn by a member of North Berwick'...