Gansey Doube-pointed Steel Knitting Needles
Six steel double-pointed needles, of size 16 and 17 gauge, the type used for knitting ganseys.
Ganseys werre knitted using at least six steel double-pointed needles of size 16 and 17 gauge or more.
These needles belonged to William George Larner 'Cazey' Goffin of Tiree House, Winterton-on-Sea, Norfolk.
His neice, who currently lives in Tiree House, says that Larner was George Goffin's mother's maiden name.
Theme: Sailors' Crafts
black and white photograph of Cromer coxswain Henry Blogg with the Prince of Wales at a presentation ceremony in the Central Hall, Westminster, London
West Runton Elephant. A reconstruction drawing by Sam Brown of the likely appearance of the West Runton elephant.
Gansey knitting stick or shield
Cromer Museum have kindly invited me to come & do my Propagansey talk & display this Satu…
photograph, colour slide, photographer Dr A.J. Stuart, 1990. Harold Hems measuring the pelvis of a large bull elephant in situ in the West Runton Freshwater Bed. 1990
The Davies family taken between 1907 and 1909
In March 1915 Rev Hamilton wrote in the Cromer Parish Magazine that he had been talking to Tom Ba…
A black and white photograph of Cromer coxswain Henry Blogg with the Prince of Wales at a presentation ceremony in the Central Hall, Westminster, London
photograph, colour slide, photographer Dr A.J. Stuart, 1992. Artist Sam Brown worked with Tony Stuart to envisage what the West Runton elephant looked like - this is one of his sketches. 1992
photograph, colour slide, photographer Dr A.J. Stuart, 1990. Recovery of the pelvis of the West Runton elephant, using polyurethane foam; West Runton, Norfolk December 1990.
Henry Valentine Little's Gansey
black and white photograph of Henry Blogg
Have been sent small cut out from Eastern Daily Press re plans to raise money to restore Henry Bl…