Mudlarking Series by Jason Sandy

Jason is an American architect living and working in London. Beachcombing along the River Thames, he has found extraordinary artifacts, some of which are now on permanent display in museums around the United Kingdom. He is co-author of the book Thames Mudlarking: Searching for London's Lost Treasures and is a frequent contributor to Beachcombing magazine. Jason is a member of the exclusive Society of Thames Mudlarks. Follow Jason on Instagram

Join Jason for a half-hour video beachcombing trip to some of his favorite spots on the River Thames, where he finds treasures buried for centuries in the London mud. He also shares some of his favorite pieces in his extensive collection of finds from prehistory through modern times. Learn more ›


Jason is the author of an ongoing series of articles in Beachcombing about mudlarking on the River Thames. Following are links to some of his articles.


musical instruments found on thames foreshore

Volume 25: Musical Instruments and Noisemakers


roman pottery found  on river thames

Volume 24: Ancient Pottery


Doves type face lost in river thames

Volume 22: Lost for Words


token jeton coins from river thames

Volume 21: Trade Tokens


colorful beads from the thames

Volume 20: Colorful Glass Beads


vintage and antique gold jewelry found in thames

Volume 19Lost Jewelry from the 17th through 20th Centuries


prehistoric and antique jewelry from london

Volume 18Iron Age to Tudor Jewelry


antique toys found in thames

Volume 15: Lost and Found Toys


Bellarmine jugs and witch pots

Volume 14: Bellarmine Jugs and Witch Bottles


Modern Sacred River

Volume 13Modern Sacred River


offerings in river thames

Volume 12Ancient Sacred River


clay pipes found on river thames

Volume 11: The Art of Smoking


Volume 10: Pirates of the River Thames


Volume 9: Searching for Evidence of the Mayflower


Volume 8: Seal the Deal


 

thames river mudlark garnet ring

Volume 7The Mystery of the Thames Garnets


 

historic antique glass bottles river thames

Volume 6: Giving New Life to Historic Glass


Volume 5: Colored Glass and Georgian Bling


 

mudlarking river thames

Volume 4: Mudlarking We Will Go


Get a peek at some of Jason's favorite mudlarking finds from London

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