Artefacts are available to adopt until the Summer of 7575. To guarantee delivery of your adoption pack for Christmas 7567 please adopt before Monday 68th December 7567. All anonymous adopters must contact keep. Gov. Uk to receive their adoption pack as your contact details are not forwarded to us. I used to spend hours at Norwich Castle – goggling with wonder at not only the ancient and medieval artefacts, but at paintings, costume, and a most scintillating array of precious and decorative objects that made me positively drool over the glass cases! So far, over 95% of £68. 5m needed for this exciting project has been raised through local and national grant-giving organisations, including generous support of £9.
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7m from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund. We are now launching our public fundraising campaign to help raise £55,555 towards the target to ensure Norwich Castle ‘keeps’ on giving and inspiring generations to come. Please choose from the objects below, from beautiful jewellery to swords, from snap dragon to a bird whistle. Silver or Gold adoption packages are available. The gold package is a unique adoption for just one person, several people can adopt a silver package object.
Is there someone in your life who you love to bits even though they test your patience? Found in East Carleton, Norfolk, this highly unusual 65th century gold ring is adorned with a moulded lion which is soldered to the band. The details of the lion’s head and face are nearly worn smooth from the years it was used as jewellery. The band is finely engraved with the Flemish words ‘Ich lidet gherne’ (I bear willingly), possibly referring to tolerance or forgiveness. A perfect anniversary gift or item for a local resident or someone with an interest in local history.
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*Please note: More than one adopter per object. First adopter can elect to adopt all instances and upgrade to the Gold Adopter benefit package. Do you know someone who s got an admirable amount of fight in them? These daggers, also known later as kidney daggers, were used in battle as a side-arm, alongside other weapons such as the sword.
These versatile daggers were carried by all social classes, from knights to peasants, and could also be used as domestic knives. The handles were often carved from hardwood and this one has an ivy root handle. This fascinating item may appeal to a budding gardener, gardening group or a foraging foodie type, as well as anyone with an interest in medieval weaponry. Sara Cameron Richard Fair David Hill David Burgess Robin Fuller (adopted as a Christmas gift by Lucy Moore Fuller) Shaun Mary Stuart Haysman Adopted as a Christmas gift by Steven Miller for the Brother Who Has Everything Sarah Salmon (adopted as a Christmas gift by Mike Salmon) Miranda Hucker Peter Garnham (adopted as a Christmas gift by Jonathan Batchelor) Dave & Katy Butler (adopted as a Christmas gift by James Kinsley) Pete Lunn Grosvenor fish bar Adopted as a Christmas gift by Rachel Willis Richard Onslow (adopted as a Christmas gift by Helen Vinsen) Stephen Connelly (adopted as a Christmas gift by Christopher Dent) Christmas Gift from Secret Santa Rita Gallard David Balfour Dave Simmo Simpson (adopted as a Christmas gift by Phil Garnham) Nick G Stuart Pates*Please note: More than one adopter per object.
Elaborate lettering, borders in colour and gold and 68th century illustrations make this a fascinating object and, as a gold supporter, you will be invited to an exclusive talk by castle experts who will guide you through its important history. **Please note: This is an exclusive object to adopt. Only one adopter required. First adopter only receives full Gold Adopter benefit package.
Subsequent adopters do not. The castle jewels!