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    chain

    Identifier: 1228 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    jougs from kirk in Kirkports, consists of six pieces of wrought iron: wall pin, two double looped link pins, loop and boss head of neck collar, two half circle neck collar pieces

    This collar was m...

    tool

    Identifier: 1995.781 · Date: 1960 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    wood and wire scraper used in clayworking at Prestongrange; H-shape in wood with wire across one end and a twisted rope and rod at the opposing end that can be used to tension the wire.

    This tool ...

    bell

    Identifier: 1995.991 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

    bronze bell, iron clapper made from a slug round a spike; text at top of bell ROBERTUS HOG ME FECIT SOLIDED GLORIA and underneath 1642; pierced bar above top with cottar pin wedged firmly in place
    ...

    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.

    skewer

    Identifier: 1996.117.6 · 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: 1996.117.7 · 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.