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Glazed and decorated tiles from Butley Priory. 13th Century
Pieces of lead used to line the Castle well. They are perforated to allow water through and to filter out sand. 12th Century
Septaria – this is found locally and is the principal building stone used in the Castle.
Fish Hooks sold by the cobbler from his shop in Daphne Road (off Quay Street) in the 1930s.
Copper alloy Seal Matrix (with impression) found near Orford Castle.
The inscription reads: S’ROB’I FIL’RANULF COVh – Seal of Robert, Son of Ranulph Covh. Medieval.
Goat’s Foot Lever (shaped like the hind foot of a goat) used for stringing a cross-bow. Medieval.
Escutcheon Plate, believed to be from Orford Castle. Post medieval