Jug
Handle and upper body of a Medieval jug with stabbed decoration found at Winchcombe in Gloucestershire. (rim diameter 130mm)
1996.99.49
Carved stone
Medieval block of dressed limestone carved with the head and upper body of a figure holding a candle. From a Norman Chapel at Dixton Manor, Gloucestershire. (180 x 200 x 180mm)
1919.213.1
Watercolour painting
Showing a Medieval bronze bowl dated to the 12th century and decorated with scenes depicting Cadmus and the Labours of Hercules. The actual bowl is in the British Museum having been found in 1824 when constructing the Haw Bridge, Gloucestershire. The artist is C.D. Waterhouse. (304 x 311mm)
1928.20.1.3
Dagger
Medieval iron dagger, probably 15th century in date. Found in a stream at Charlton Park, Gloucestershire. (length 138mm)
1969.193
Floor tile
Medieval earthenware with inlaid design and coloured glazes, showing the Arms of England. From Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, dates to about 1270. (135 x 135mm)
1926.30.11
Floor tile
Medieval earthenware with inlaid design and coloured glazes, showing the Arms of De Ferrers, Earls of Derby. from Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, dates to about 1270 (137 x 137mm)
1926.30.24
Floor tile
Medieval earthenware with inlaid design and coloured glazes, showing the Arms of Stafford. From Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, dates to about 1270 (130 x 130mm)
1926.30.9
Floor tile
Medieval earthenware with inlaid design and coloured glazes, showing the Arms of von Valkenburg, for Richard Earl of Cornwall's third wife Beatrix. From Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, dates to about 1270. (130 x 130mm)
1926.30.37
Floor tile
Medieval earthenware with inlaid decoration and coloured glazes, showing a fabulous creature made up of a duck-like bird with a tail in the form of a boar's head. From Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, dates to the early 14th century. (205 x 160mm)
1926.30.1
Floor tile
Medieval earthenware with inlaid design and coloured glazes showing a fabulous creature with a cow's head, wings, tail and cloven hooves. From Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, probably dates to 1300-50. (173 x 173mm)
1926.30.16
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