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Possible faience pestle, although the choice of material seems very impractical unless it was intend (cont.)
A glass gaming piece in a thimble shape. It is black with white wavy lines. It was purchased by Well (cont.)
One glass circular object (possibly a counter?) without a hole, one blue faience flat disc bead, one (cont.)
Three shells (one cowrie and two small spiral stripey shells). There is also one flat hollow hemisph (cont.)
Faience gaming counter in two pieces, which possibly had the head of a figure.
Flat cut shell, 17mm in diameter, possibly a counter. Spiral mark on flat surface a natural feature (cont.)
A fragment of black glass, possibly a counter. It was found in a box with some Islamic glass bangles (cont.)
Stick with horse head on top. Probably not Egyptian, 166mm high.
A dark blue faience gaming counter with a swirl pattern. It was purchased by Wellcome at auction in (cont.)
A faience gaming counter which is dark in colour, almost black. It is from the National Museum of Wa (cont.)
A faience gaming counter, with blue and black stripes. It is from the National Museum of Wales Cardi (cont.)