China Doll's Leg

Contributed by AHOW Day at Ipswich Museum

Paul Botwright dug up this doll's leg whilst digging in his garden in Bramford, Suffolk, and brought the item to the BBC Suffolk event at Ipswich Museum on Tuesday, 16 February, 2010.

The leg is thought to be made of pottery from the Victorian era and is now kept on display on a windowsill in Paul's house.

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