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Doily

Identifier: 1876 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

tear drop shaped, black lace net with embroidery, central panel with spots, border with leaf designs, band of small flowers in between central panel and border

It is likely that this hair decorat...

Box

Identifier: F633 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

circular snuff box of dark wood; lid and rim grooved with concentric lines; made from oak beam found (in a well?) at Tantallon

This snuff box was made in 1890 from timber recycled from Tantallon C...

Pipe

Identifier: 1620 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

long-stemmed, clay tobacco pipe; pattern of lines under bowl rim, `foot` under bowl and LE stamped on shaft near bowl; maker and number 175 on stem

This clay pipe was made in one of Leith's severa...

Mincer

Identifier: 1996.120.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

metal mincer with clamp for fitting to table, handle with green wooden end, funnel shape at top with rotating blade in cylindrical section below with handle attached, screw fitting on end for attac...

Mincer, Part

Identifier: 1996.120.3 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

flat circular metal disc with tab, hole in centre with 3 elongated holes curving around centre

This is a small flat metal disc, believed to be part of a mincer.

Skewer

Identifier: 1996.117.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

skewer holder, piece of metal shaped for hanging skewers from, flat with hooks on either side with circular and triangular/heart-shaped cut-outs in middle with annulet below and small circular cut-...

Skewer

Identifier: 1996.117.2 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

metal skewer with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging

This is one of a series of metal skewers with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging.

Skewer

Identifier: 1996.117.3 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

metal skewer with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging

This is one of a series of metal skewers with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging.

Skewer

Identifier: 1996.117.4 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

metal skewer with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging

This is one of a series of metal skewers with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging.

Skewer

Identifier: 1996.117.5 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

metal skewer with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging

This is one of a series of metal skewers with one end pointed and the other bent to form a circle for hanging.