Shoehorn engraved and inscribed by Robert Mindun in 1593 depicting a figure in Elizabethan costume, perhaps Jane Ayers the lady named in the inscription. Mindun is the earliest recorded English engraver of horn.
Featuring representations of Stonehenge that span the centuries, this exhibition records our continuing fascination with this ancient site.
Artwork made by young people on the City Story Project and inspired by our collections, has just gone on display at the Five Rivers Centre in Salisbury.
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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