A French wooden doll in a gown trimmed with Binche lace. The doll is said to have been dressed by Marie Antoinette – for her daughter – while imprisoned, awaiting execution, during the French Revolution.
Our major summer exhibition is now open!
We are so pleased to announce the winners of our Portrait Competition 2018! First prize was awarded to Tony Kellett for his portrait of 'Cynthia with Albert'
Funding from Arts Council England and the Pilgrim Trust has helped us to create an online collections database. This contains items from our nationally important Pitt-Rivers collection.
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