Carte-de-visite of Gustav Holst’s grandmother Mary Lediard
A copper jelly mould in the shape of a monkey. Now, where’s that ice-cream?
A portrait of Holst’s grandfather and his great uncle – find out more about this…
Punch and Judy on a die cast scrap of paper, 19th century
Could this Victorian soap saver be due a revival in today’s kitchens?
A watercolour of Constantia von Holst painted in 1827 by her brother Theodor
What were these small mangles used for in Victorian times? Find out here!
The Victorian range in the Museum’s kitchen – still in regular use!
Absolom Tea Tin from 1932. Find out how to avoid tea intoxication!
Two oil paintings by John MacWhirter