One does get a bit territorial when mudlarking.
I found some nice pieces, my favourites pictured below. I also have another batch of Thames glass cabochons in the kiln, and can't wait to see what they will come out like.
|I thought this was a secret vial, until a nice man |
with a metal detector explained that it was an old fuse...
|I have no idea what this is - it appears man made. This is one side|
|And this is the other side. It seems to be made of glass, or perhaps bone?|
|A nice glass button|
|I love marbled clay. This small lump was just waiting for me to find it...|
|I found lots of bird parts.... shame there were no whole ones|
|A building, some acorns, my very first find with gold lustre, |
a grand peacock feather and at the bottom, my favourite pattern
|Some fine patterns, my favourite is the flower at the bottom|
|two pieces with writing (very rare!) and some 'seaweed pattern' |
and a piece with a quatrefoil style pattern