Jug / Medieval pottery
Part of the front of one face and figure jug with dark green glaze and black slip covering. Possibly of Bentley type (KB). There is white slip on the inside of the spout. Very hard, smooth, red fabric
Collection of coloured window glass from context 6001, Evans Halshaw site, Hyde Street, Winchester (WINCM:AY 35).
Painted window glass shard, depicting a beast. From context 6001, Evans Halshaw site, Hyde Street, Winchester (WINCM:AY 35).
Bird remains / Goose
Group of goose bones. There is a concentration in this deposit of the carpometacarpi and wing digits of geese suggesting that they are waste from quill manufacture, having been discarded after the
Copper alloy purse frame fragment, Late medieval, 15th-16th century AD. Found by metal detector at Meonstoke, Corhampton and Meonstoke, Hampshire. Both surfaces of the frame are inscribed, and the
Coin brooch / Coin / Nummular brooch / Penny
Silver gilt coin brooch, formed from a silver penny of William I, Sword type (1077-80), issued by the moneyer Leofing of Winchester, found by metal detector at East Stratton, Micheldever, Hampshire.
Medieval silver annular brooch, found at Pitt, Hursley, Hampshire. Rectangular in section, with a restriction to hold the pin-head. Engraved on one side with the Lombardic inscription "+ VOLO [:] DARI
Medieval silver finger ring, now badly distorted, found at Martyr Worthy, Itchen Valley, Hampshire. The ring is engraved with the phrase "en bon an" (in a good year). This sentiment occurs frequently
Medieval silver finger ring, very much distorted, from Willow Farm, Owslebury, Hampshire. Dates to the 13th century. Inscribed with the letters "+AVE MARIA GRATIA PLEN" translating as "Hail Mary full
Vessel / Spout
Late medieval cast copper-alloy decorative vessel spout in the form of a dog's head, c. 15th Century AD, from Wickham, Hampshire. The front section of the spout is cast in the form of an animal's head