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Pommander of geurbal werd gedragen aan de riem of onder de jurk om kwalijke geurtjes te verdoezelen komt uit het frans pomme d'ambre

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Vieze geuren & vlekken in je matras zijn verleden tijd met deze gouden en goedkope tip! - Zelfmaak ideetjes

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Pomander Beads were made by the Apothecary for people to carry with them, particularly in towns. In Medieval and Tudor times people believed it was the "bad smells" that made them ill (and there were plenty of bad smells about!) so they carried "good smells" to protect them. Pomander Beads were made from a mixture of sweet smelling herbs and spices, and made into a hard ball with a gum.

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Pomander

1680-1700 English Pomander at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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Pomander, 1700-1800. Silver gilt pomander, straight sided cylindrical body, flat base, domed lid, decorated with an intricate open work filigree

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A 14th century pouch made from four pieces of Italian lampas silk (red/green/white with gold threads) with red pompoms.

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Roman Gold Agate Cameo with a frontal head of a grotesque Culture : Roman, Roman Imperial Period : 1st-2nd Century A.D. Material : Agate and Gold

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THE FISHPOOL HOARD Nottinghamshire The largest hoard of medieval coins ever discovered in the United Kingdom Circa: 1463 AD - 1464 AD Medieval (War of the Roses) Discovered 1966 Location Nottinghamshire | England Found By: Mr Bernard Beeton & four workmen Displayed: British Museum Primary Materials: Gold Coins Rings & Jewelry Number of Items: 1,247 Est. Value: £300,000 - 1,200,000 (2013) more info below

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Crystal ball pendant, clear, with sling of 2 grooved & circle-punched silver strips and double-knotted suspension ring.

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A Roman golden necklace with knots of Hercules, 2nd - 3rd century The necklace made of alternating wire links with either a knot of Hercules or a link threaded with a white glass bead. The middle link attached to a large knot of Hercules, decorated with filigree, granulation and a central garnet cabochon. The clasp with hook and eye, both wrapped with fine wire. All links embellished with individual granules. The clasp and shape of the links are typical for Roman necklaces dating from the…

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