Mystery Milestones: part three

Milestones Museum in Basingstoke is full of objects from Hampshire's past, from the Victorians to the Edwardians and through to the 1940s. For our grandparents and their parents, many of the objects you can see on display at Milestones would have been familiar, everyday things they would use around the home.

You'll spot these mystery objects in Kingdon's Ironmongers: they are all things that might be used in a kitchen. Do you know what they are? What do you think they were used for? Take a guess, then scroll down for the answers!

Click here for the answers!

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Nick Suffolk

Works to create new exhibitions and experiences at Milestones Museum and Basing House, currently researching Teddy Bears for a new display.
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