Time Out says…“Back in the Victorian era, scavengers known as ‘mudlarkers’ would traipse around the banks of the River Thames searching … More
Whilst reading Deborah Cadbury’s ‘The Lost King Of France’ (Revolution, Revenge and the Search for Louis XVII), I finally worked … More
There’s always a symmetry in finds, somehow.
There are many items in the ‘mudlarking starter kit’ (for example, pins, hand forged nails, garnets), most of which I’ve … More
Cast iron wheel by Slingsby of Bradford, found last year whilst out with @mudlark_mud_god. In 1893 Harry Crowther Slingsby, part of … More
Excuse the farmer-cheek pink fingers, I’d like to present to you a pretty little Charles I rose farthing. Dating from … More
Last year I started to collect mysterious little lead squares as they began to surface on foreshore trip after foreshore trip. … More