Dave, you total star! Thank You. Will get myself some tomorrow and give it a go. I was going to go to boots to try find a narrow bodied bottle brush, so two birds one stone me thinks.
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- Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:58 pm
- Forum: General History
- Topic: Removing Rust from glass?
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Af'noon chaps and chapesses!!! (think I just made that up)....anyhoo, feeling rather pleased with my little self having just obtained a lovely new medicine bottle for our demo's, circa (1860). Only thing is, having been hidden from time for quite a while (under several feet of soil and rubbish etc) ...
Evening Frances! I must admit, I've never actually been to Essex - I do often hear people say I look like someone they knew though. Still, heyho, if that offer of help is still available I'd never say no! Do you belong to a particular group or are you a lone knight?
Morning All! Well,our little group is growing and we're having lots of fun bringing Victoriana to Lincolnshire! This year we are begining a number of 'life demonstrations' from our beloved period but we need more active members to join us and boost our range of skills. Anyone interested do please ge...
- Fri Aug 12, 2011 7:52 am
- Forum: Societies
- Topic: Regency & Victorian 1795-1901 - Lincs
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New group covering Regency to late Victorian life in Britain. http://www.the-lincolnshire-victorians.webs.com We are a new group of enthusiasts and amateur re enactment artists based just outside Lincoln. We are looking for new members and events to attend across the country. The main objective of o...