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Holdsworth family, c.1900

Three members of the Holdsworth family standing in front of a canvas tent outdoors. Older female identified as Mrs. Holdsworth senior standing next to J.H.B . (John Henry Beard?) Holdsworth. In the foreground is a young boy believed to be Newton Charlton Holdsworth.

Crystal Bowl ex The Wreck of the Scammel

Retrieved from the wreck of the Joseph H. Scammell, this cut glass bowl was manufactured by the French business Saint-Louis, which is still operating today. Created in the 'Brilliant' period, items from this time were made of heavy leaded glass, intricately cut with geometric patterns and prisms.

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Ruby etched tumbler glass (broken/mended with tape)

Gilt and enamel ruby (cranberry) glass tumbler. The glass has bands of gilt and raised white enamel sprigs (grapes or flowers) on the upper half of the tumbler. The underside of the base has a small "navel" or circular depression which indicates the glass has been hand blown.

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Kangaroo Club, Sheffield, 1917

Group portrait of forty men arranged in four rows. Most men are wearing dark suits and hats. Hubert Woodward is standing sixth from the left in the back row. Group are from the Kangaroo Club in Sheffield, England dated 1917. Photographed by W.R.Pratt in Sheffield, 1917.

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