Wheelwright's workshop, Abbots Bromley

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Description:Interior of wheelwrights workshop, Bagot Street, Abbots Bromley.

This Bradbury and Hammersley families were wheelwrights, joiners and undertakers in Abbots Bromley from 1864 until the late 1970s


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Needlework sampler, Abbots Bromley
Needlework sampler, Abbots Bromley

Cross stitch sampler with silk threads. The verse reads: 'An Adress / Jesus permit ...

Women's hat, late 19th century
Women's hat, late 19th century

A black net hat trimmed with grey, black and white ostrich feathers and a black ...

Chinese bell dancer marionettes, by Douglas Hayward
Chinese bell dancer marionettes, by Douglas Hayward

Chinese bell dancers used by Douglas Hayward in his puppet shows. Douglas Hayward ...

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Creators: Mr C Gutteridge - Creator

Donor ref:F.P.56.18.81 (37/14941)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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