Posted here are some of Life’s Little Gems.

timely reminder
By detectorist, Nov 6 2017 01:54PM
this lapel brooch was worn by those who had fought in the great war, and had been either discharged through illness or injury, this was first issued in 1916, with a certificate,
any ideas…
By detectorist, Oct 30 2017 09:11PM
any ideas
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Maud…
By detectrist, Oct 29 2017 08:55AM

a pretty little brooch from the 1800’s; first silver from my T2se, the first day out;

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Englands Hidden Gems…
By detectrist, Oct 28 2017 09:19PM
Amber from Brian Ridley
Whitby Jet found by Brian Ridley, & kindly donated…
Pudding Stone
A Whitby Ammonite, a gift from my wife…
The Ammonite, opened out, showing both halves, thank you Tracey…
Another semi-precious stone supplied by Brian Ridley; A Cornelian…
Collectong Fossils & Stones are all part of Treasure Hunting…
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Candle Snuffer found in 2016…
By detectrist, Oct 24 2017 03:18PM
How can a ceramic item, which looks so fragile survive ?
A candle snuffer, with a will to survive…
Found within a few inches from where a tractor had turned on the headland, and left a massive tyre track, the iron stain, you can see on the fractured surface is where an iron candlestick holder had all but rusted away…
This has to be around about a hundred years old, as the old farmhouse was pulled down in the early 1920’s
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