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Belt

Identifier: 2010.6.3 · Date: 1939 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This object was part of a wedding outfit, possibly the belt for the wedding dress. The wedding took place in Aberlady on the 16th of August, 1939.

This is possibly a belt, made of a silky fabri...

Case

Identifier: 1147 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

wooden spectacles case for spectacles 1146, comprises body and overlapping lid, initials `HMF` on one part

Case

Identifier: 1388.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

navy leather covered case, lined with blue velvet and satin; hinged lid with press button clip fastening

Coat

Identifier: 2010.9.1 · Date: 1939 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

The coat has tails, is black and made of a heavy wool. It has four buttons on each sleeve and one button on the front. It is lined with a black, silky fabric.

This is a men's coat with tails, u...

Coat

Identifier: 2010.8.3 · Date: 1939 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

The coat is long and blue, with fur around the front of the neck. The inside of the coat is lined with a cream coloured silky material.

This is the coat from a going away outfit from a wedding ...

Dress

Identifier: 2010.10.1 · Date: 1939 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

The dress is a light pink colour. The top layer is sheer, in a lace-like cut out fabric. The dress has blue cord for trim around the bottom hem, the arm holes and the neck.

This is a flower girl d...

Dress

Identifier: 2010.6.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is a white wedding dress made of a silky fabric that is intricately beaded with matching with beads around the shoulders, at the base of the back and the bottoms of the sleeves. There is a row...

Parasol

Identifier: 1699 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

An umbrella or parasol of black silk with frill, black lacquered wood handle and eight metal ribs. The canopy can be angled by means of a hinge on the shaft.

This parasol was used as a woman's s...

Rake, Model

Identifier: 1996.426.25 · Date: 1676=1953 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

silver painted metal rakehead on a green painted wooden handle with turned texturing

Scythe, Model

Identifier: 1996.426.24 · Date: 1676=1953 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

silver painted metal blade, attatched to green painted wooden staff by a loop & strut; a free moving side handle on a metal loop & a small metal loop at the extremity of the handle