The sun was out, perfect for a couple of jaunts down to the foreshore. One evening tide and a morning tide later I had a few new additions to show. I made my first trip to Rotherhithe, a little farther away but worth the time. The Mayflower set sail from this location back in 1620, maybe leaving a trail of broken pottery and pipes to the new world! Pictures below show the fruits of my labor and love.
top view of bead
Hand painted, delf maybe
bone handle of eating utensil, knife likely
decent pipe and slipware shard
bottom of flow blue teacup or sugar bowl, age unknown
1 marble, 4 cannon shot iron balls
not sure what this is, made of morter and I believe iron point. about 2.5 inches across. looks like miniature sun dial
side view. what do you think it is? Ringholder now!
That was the sum of my adventure. It was neat to see where the Mayflower left from England, after reading about it so long ago when I was young.