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Ben Gazur Oct 19
An appropriately boaty find from the river today.
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Lara Maiklem (London Mudlark) Oct 18
Horselydown Stairs in Bermondsey provides one of my favourite riverside views and it hasn’t changed since Tower Bridge was built in 1886. Can you see the little mudlarks being ‘spoken to’ by the copper in the old picture?
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nicola white mudlark Oct 19
"Thames Mudlarking - Searching for London's Lost Treasures" is a new book by my mudlarking pals Jason Sandy & Nick Stevens. It features 100s of wonderful artefacts found in the Thames by over 50 London mudlarks including a few of mine. I cant wait to read it
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Simon Bourne Oct 15
A few months ago I filmed this lead lump come up whilst the I will show the FLO when visits are back on but in the meantime would anyone like to speculate as to what this is? I think it’s too heavy for a sword chape, maybe a squashed...?
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Ben Gazur Oct 19
I also found a horsey little friend.
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nicola white mudlark 11h
I found part of a rather intriguing little figurine made of pipe clay on the Thames foreshore yesterday. Fat hairy tapering crossed legs with a little arm! Reverse looks like a dress. Can anyone ID this mythical looking creature!? Thank you!
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Lara Maiklem (London Mudlark) 18h
I'm going to let my finds do the talking today, meet Bob.... ... and if you want to meet Bob up close and personal, he's currently showing off in the Treasures of the Thames mudlarking exhibition at Southwark Cathedral.
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Lara Maiklem (London Mudlark) Oct 17
This is the Tudor child’s shoe I found on the Thames foreshore. Now it’s been properly conserved by I want to make sure it continues to educate and fascinate and I have great things planned for the shoe!
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Ben Gazur Oct 19
Thought I'd found an opium poppy on a piece of Delftware. Oh, it's a tea or coffee pot.
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Lara Maiklem (London Mudlark) Oct 12
Meet Martha, she’s the student at Cardiff University tasked with conserving the complete Roman box or cupboard hinge I found on the Thames foreshore last year. I’ll be following her progress as she works on it
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nicola white mudlark Oct 14
Always good to meet a smiley face on the Thames foreshore. This extremely happy and golden Laughing Buddha brightened up a dull and dreary evening yesterday as the tide was coming in!
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Bloomsbury UK Oct 19
Featuring over 150 artefacts, this highly illustrated book tells the story of London through archaeological finds made by Mudlarks on the banks of the 'Thames Mudlarking' publishes early 2021. Pre-order your copy today.
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Lara Maiklem (London Mudlark) 7h
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Kandy63 #new_workers_party Oct 13
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Lara Maiklem (London Mudlark) Oct 15
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Rubbish Walks CIC Oct 19
I may be nearly 50 but you’re never too old to play in the mud! Listen to that quelch! A great way to start the week!💚
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Lara Maiklem (London Mudlark) Oct 15
My friend Clay found the head of a shipwright’s hammer (called a maul), 18th-19th century, and it cleaned up beautifully.
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nicola white mudlark Oct 19
Come along on a virtual mudlarking outing on the River Thames & see what I find! Then back to the studio to find out more about the stories behind the objects. New YouTube video out today
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Kandy63 #new_workers_party Oct 18
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nicola white mudlark Oct 14
Lovely memories of Greenwich mudlarking before some of the huge changes of recent years!!
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