This bracelet was described by its collector as ‘Bangle with keeled section, 2.
Resembles a dumbbell.
Many fragments of medieval bone flutes have been excavated in Exeter.
Possibly from northern KwaZulu-Natal, owing to colour and structure.
Copper alloy object, possibly a piece of equipment linked to the matchlock.
A piece of worked animal bone from site of the Roman forum and basilica in Exeter.
The label on the box reads ‘Pipe gamboge, Hypocrea galatina’ but RAMM is unable to verify the scientific name.
The acacia pod (Cassia fistula) was considered a medicine by mariners.
This is a lotus-shaped fan made of layers of woven palm leaf.
This is a lotus leaf-shaped fan made from a single frond of the Palmyra Palm.
Hand-woven belt would have been used by a woman to accompany her blouse and skirt.
Small qauata curved dance club.
A fan made from coconut leaf which has been bleached in the sun.
Fan made with bleached coconut leaf, pandanus and green wool.
This 19th century headdress is of a type worn by men during special occasions.
Modern fan of woven vegetable fibre, with the Hawaiian greeting, ‘Aloha’ (a word with many meanings) embroidered on it.
A Hawaiian souvenir fan made from vegetable fibre.
In August 1870 the central barrow in a group of barrows at Upton Pyne was excavated by Reverend Kirwan.
This small vessel was excavated in 1868 from a barrow surrounded by a ditch.
These modern earrings are made out of ostrich egg shell, a popular material that was once used in making fine body ornaments.
An armlet decorated with glass beads.