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DZSWS:1161 Bronze skirt lifter looking like tongs, to keep skirt out of the dirt, 18th or 19th century.
DZSWS:1162 Bronze buckle of 15th or 16th century, from either Stockton Earthworks or Old Sarum [maybe 1152].
DZSWS:1952.38 Brass local standard measure for one pint Winchester, used by Whorwelsdown Hundred, Wiltshire, 1820.
DZSWS:1953.112 Small blunt-ended stoneware bottle, flecked with green glaze, 17th or 18th century?.
DZSWS:1953.119.1 Clay pipe stem, made by Thomas Hunt, Marlborough, Wiltshire or Norton St Philip or Rode, Somerset, late 17th century.
DZSWS:1953.119.2 Clay pipe stem, made by Jeffry Hunt, possibly Norton St Philip, Somerset, mid 17 cen.
DZSWS:1953.119.3 Clay pipe stem, made by Richard Greenland 2, Devizes, Wiltshire, 1688-1735.
DZSWS:1953.119.4 Clay pipe stem, made by Richard Greenland 2, Devizes, Wiltshire, 1688-1735.
DZSWS:1953.120 A reproduction roman beaker, in glass, given by William Cunnington III to his brother Edward of Dorchester. This was based on a reproduction in silver made for R Colt Hoare given to William Cunnington III in 1804.
DZSWS:1953.134.1 Clay pipe stem, found at Harris' bacon factory, Calne, Wiltshire, made by Thomas Hunt, Marlborough, Wiltshire or Norton St Philip or Rode, Somerset, late 17th century.
DZSWS:1953.134.2 Clay pipe bowl, found at Harris' bacon factory, Calne, Wiltshire, made by Thomas Hunt, Marlborough, Wiltshire or Norton St Philip or Rode, Somerset, late 17th century.
DZSWS:1953.134.3 Clay pipe bowl, found at Harris' bacon factory, Calne, Wiltshire, made by WV, 1660s or 70s.
DZSWS:1953.134.4 Clay pipe bowl, found at Harris' bacon factory, Calne, Wiltshire, made 1660s or 70s.
DZSWS:1953.134.5 Clay pipe bowl, found at Harris' bacon factory, Calne, Wiltshire, made by Jeffry Hunt, possibly Norton St Philip, Somerset, mid 17 cen.
DZSWS:1954.54.6 Bone peg? eg. for a cribbage board, found at Peacehaven, The Fairway, Devizes, Wilts, made mid 16th century?.
DZSWS:1954.127.1 Handbag of Elizabeth Cunnington dtr of William, Roundway, Wiltshire, was her grandmother's, which appears in her portrait 1954.126 painted 1828=1830.
DZSWS:1954.127.2 Purse and cover of Elizabeth Cunnington dtr of William, Roundway, Wiltshire, was her grandmother's, made mid 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.129 Bottle with seal made in Bristol and belonging to W Leman, Chard, Somerset, 1771.
DZSWS:1954.130 Delft-type drug jar used by H Cripps, Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire, 19th century, made 17 to 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.133 Bottle from Cunnington's wine shop, encrusted with shells, said to have gone down with The Royal George which sank at Spithead, 1791.
DZSWS:1954.134.4 Clay pipe bowl made in 1660s or 1670s, found with animal bones at the site of Harris's Bacon Factory, Calne, Wiltshire, in the foundations for an extension.
DZSWS:1954.136 Coachman's whip passed down in the Bridewell family, first used by donor's great great grandfather who drove coach from Bath to London, donor was also a coachman to Lord Roberts, 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.146 Codd's bottle used for lemonade produced by Wadworth brewers, Devizes, Wiltshire, late 19th to early 20th century.
DZSWS:1954.149 Slate wine bin label 'LIGHT MADEIRA Cunnington 1880' from cellars at Roundway House, Roundway, Wiltshire.
DZSWS:1954.151 Wooden opener for a Codd's bottle, late 19 or early 20th century.
DZSWS:1954.153 Silver wine label made by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham late 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.154 Wine label for sherry, enamel, probably made in Staffordshire, second half 18th century?.
DZSWS:1954.164 Two piece carved wooden butter mould for a dolphin, the Colston crest, 19th century.
DZSWS:1954.165 Brass nameplate for a trunk engraved Edward Francis Colston Esq, New Park, Wilts, paper label on reverse see inscription, c 1841.
DZSWS:1954.166 Hanger with upturned ends for hunting uniforms which needed to be dried, 19th century.
DZSWS:1954.167 Pair of ladies leather shoes with square toes, found in attic at 8, Monday Market Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, circa 1830. Image of shoe
DZSWS:1954.168.12 Baby's cotton boot with leather sole found in attic of 8 Monday Market Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, 1800s?.
DZSWS:1954.169 Ladies boot of cloth and canvas with leather sole and toe cap, found in attic at 8, Monday Market Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, 19th century. Image of shoe
DZSWS:1954.170 Man's leather shoe, found hidden in attic at 8 Monday Market Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, late 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.172 Clay pipe found at 8 Monday Market Str., Devizes, made by Benjamin Morgan? Salisbury, Wiltshire, late 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.173 Piece of an earthenware bowl with brown glazed interior, found in roof space of 8 Monday Market Street, Devizes, Wiltshire, believed deposited around 1850, early 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.174 Base piece of white glazed china bowl found in roof space of 8 Monday Market Street, believed deposited (c)1850, early 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.175 Complete white china kitchen bowl found in roof space of 8 Monday Market Street, believed deposited c1850, early 18th century.
DZSWS:1954.176 Brass box for flint, steel and tinder, late 19th century.
DZSWS:1954.178 Bowl with floral transfer printed design with transfer printed picture of Conigre Chapel, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, late 19th century.
DZSWS:1955.185 Brass button 'Devizes Loyal Volunteers', diameter 20mm. arms of devizes with inscription around.
DZSWS:1955.192 Pair of silvered dolphins horse harness buckles belonging to the first Lord Roundway(?), date.
DZSWS:1955.193.1 Pair of steel spurs from Roundway House, Wilts, made by Coe, 15 Pall Mall, London, late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1955.193.2 Pair of steel spurs from Roundway House, Wilts, made by Maxwell, 101 Piccadilly, London, late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1955.193.3 Pair of steel spurs from Roundway House, Wilts, made by Maxwell, 101 Piccadilly, London, late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1955.193.4 Pair of steel spurs from Roundway House, Wilts, made by Maxwell, 101 Piccadilly, London, late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1955.193.5 Pair of brass spurs from Roundway House, Wilts, made by Maxwell, 101 Piccadilly, London, late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1955.193.6 Pair of brass spurs from Roundway House, Wilts, made by Coe, 15 Pall Mall, London, late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1955.194.2 Circular badge or brooch having photograph of Queen Victoria within a soft metal frame, and possibly commemorating her death, 1901.
DZSWS:1955.196 Badge bearing photographic portrait of Queen Victoria, '1837-1897 Diamond Jubilee', 1897.
DZSWS:1955.197 Medal bearing portrait of Queen Victoria, with red and blue ribbons, commemorating the jubilee of 1897.
DZSWS:1955.200 Cross-shaped silver coloured medal with red ribbon, celebrating the Diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887.
DZSWS:1955.204 Cross shaped medal with green ribbon bearing portrait of Queen Victoria, used to commemorate jubilee of 1897.
DZSWS:1955.205 Metal medal hung on decorative metal pin, commemorating visit by Queen Victoria to Liverpool, Merseyside, May 1886.
DZSWS:1955.206 Medal with crown shaped pin, bearing portrait of Queen Victoria, used to celebrate jubilee of 1897.
DZSWS:1955.223 Two white metal buttons bearing the arms of Calne, possibly from borough constables' uniform, c.1850.
DZSWS:1955.224 Badge printed in red on white commemorating 1000 years of Calne as a borough, from Calne, Wiltshire, 1955.
DZSWS:1956.235 Codd's bottle for lemonade etc, found at Stonehenge, Amesbury, Wiltshire, used by H Martin and Sons, Salisbury, Wiltshire, made by Rylands, Barnsley, S Yorkshire, early 20th century.
DZSWS:1956.236.1 Pipeclay wig curler, made by WB 17th or 18th century.
DZSWS:1956.236.2 Pipeclay wig curler found in Cambridge, made by WB 17th or 18th century.
DZSWS:1956.236.3 Pipeclay wig curler found in Cambridge, made by IB 17th or 18th century.
DZSWS:1956.236.4 Pipeclay wig curler found in Devizes, Wiltshire, made 17th or 18th century.
DZSWS:1956.236.5 Pipeclay wig curler, made by IB 17th or 18th century.
DZSWS:1956.238 Set of 4 bronze rumbler bells on leather strap, probably made by Wells, Aldbourne, Wiltshire, 18th century.
DZSWS:1956.252 Long handled rasp with two way cutting edge, from Trowbridge, Wiltshire, probably from same kit of tools as 1953.108, 19th cen.
DZSWS:1956.254 China plate 'Stonehenge', Amesbury, Wilts designed by Laurence Whistler, in 'Outlines of Grandeur' series by Wedgwood, Barlaston, Staffordshire, 1956.
DZSWS:1956.257 Tinplate tinder box with candle holder and wooden handle, early 19th century.
DZSWS:1957.265 Two stone paint grinders, ovoid in shape with wooden and iron handles, one with a thicker base than the other, used by H and G Chivers, builders of Devizes, Wiltshire, possibly dating to foundation of the firm in the 1850's, 1850=1900.
DZSWS:1957.266 Bronze figurine of a parrot(?) with half spread wings, found in drive of Montecello Farm, Potterne, Wiltshire, 17 cen?.
DZSWS:1957.267 China wine bin label, '97' from cellars of William Cunnington and Sons, Devizes, Wiltshire, c1836.
DZSWS:1957.275 Cast iron baker's lamp, used for lighting interior of large oven to see how baking progressing, made by Carron Co., 19th century.
DZSWS:1957.280 Glass baby's feeding bottle, found in cellar of house in Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire, made in France late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1957.292 11 iron sheep bells, used by a shepherd in Wiltshire, and later Kent late 19th/early 20th century.
DZSWS:1957.296 Iron nail found nailed onto a beam in Stratford sub Castle Church, Salisbury, Wiltshire, 16th to 18th century.
DZSWS:1958.308 Port or sherry bottle bearing crest of William Wyndham of Phillips House, Dinton, Wiltshire, made by H Ricketts, Bristol, Avon, c1836.
DZSWS:1958.310 Piece of woollen cloth, said to have been woven in Devizes, Wiltshire.
DZSWS:1958.313 Bullet from mould found at Roundway House Cottage, Roundway, Wiltshire, 19th century?.
DZSWS:1958.315 Revolving wool winder with screw to attach to table and four expanding arms, 19th century.
DZSWS:1958.316 Iron spearhead found in the garden of Beech House, Seend, Wiltshire, date unknown.
DZSWS:1958.319 Coin balance in case with two guinea coin weights of George III, late 18th century.
DZSWS:1958.320 Copper powder flask, 19th century.
DZSWS:1958.321 Horn powder or shot flask, late 18th or 19th century.
DZSWS:1958.322 Horn powder flask, 19th century?.
DZSWS:1958.323 Leather shot flask, used by donor's fater, late 19th century.
DZSWS:1958.326 Horn beaker with silvered base with hunting scene and initials RM, early 19th century?.
DZSWS:1958.329.1 Glass bottle seal found in the garden of Spring Cottage, Erlestoke, Wiltshire used by William Pinocke, Earl Stoke, Wiltshire 1742.
DZSWS:1958.329.3 Plough competition ? button, 'Wiltshire, speed the plough', found at Erlestoke, Wiltshire, late 18 to early 19th century.
DZSWS:1958.330 Bottle manufactured by Powell of Bristol, sealed and full containing spa water from Purton, Wiltshire, c 1860.
DZSWS:1958.331 Pewter mug, won by Henry Cheesman of The 15th Surrey (Chertsey) Rifle Volunteers for attendance at drill, dug up at Caen Hill Brickworks, Devizes, Wiltshire, mid 19th century.
DZSWS:1958.336.1 Handcuffs carried by Mr Masterson?, the last parish constable of Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire, c1850.
DZSWS:1958.336.2 Constable's baton carried by the last parish constable of Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire, c1850.
DZSWS:1959.343 Bronze? sheep bell, made by John Burroughs, Devizes, Wiltshire, given to donor by a shepherd from Imber, Wiltshire, 1738-55.
DZSWS:1959.355 Wooden helter-skelter marbles game, marbles spiral down and land in holes with scores, belonged to BH Cunnington, and associated with G Wintour 1832.
DZSWS:1959.358 Bronze rumbler bell, formerly owned by donor's uncle B H Cunnington, made by Robert Wells, Aldbourne, Wiltshire, 1750=1800.
DZSWS:1959.372 Doll with wax head and shoulders, leather arms and cloth body, wearing pink sprigged dress, white underclothes and cap, used ? at Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire, late 19th century.
DZSWS:1959.375 Rectangular copper foot warmer with screw stopper, probably used in a carriage, 19th century.
DZSWS:1960.2 Toy musket with ring and dot decoration on stock, 16th to 17th century.
DZSWS:1960.4 Small button with portrait of George I or II, 18th century.
DZSWS:1960.10.196 2 glazed pottery sherds, possibly 19th- or 20th-century from Cutting 2, N3 ditch fill (top) of Snail Down I, twin disc barrow, Collingbourne Kingston, Wiltshire, excavated by Nick Thomas, 1953-1957.
DZSWS:1960.10.197 3 glazed pot sherds, 18th- or 19th-century, from topsoil, corner near centre 8'-9', Snail Down II, saucer barrow, Collingbourne Kingston, Wiltshire, excavated by Nick Thomas, 1953-1957.




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