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A quick run down of standard terms for the parts of a bottle.
An ongoing series of articles in Beachcombing Magazine and Glassing Magazine about mudlarking on the River Thames.
These 16th-century German stoneware jugs have survived intact for 500 years in and along the River Thames.
The Outer Banks Beachcomber Museum houses the lifetime of beach finds of Nellie Myrtle Midgett.
For millennia, the waters of the River Thames have been considered to be sacred, and the river is still sacred to many pilgrims today.
The Thames has provided plenty of natural resources, served as a vital transportation link, and been revered by inhabitants for thousands of years.
Some historical bathing costumes and beach practices may have you scratching your head.
Clay pipes are some of the most interesting objects found on the Thames foreshore in London, protected by the soft Thames mud for centuries.
I could not believe I found six black bottle stoppers in one day...but where do they come from and what are they made of?
The valuable cargo in ships that clogged the River Thames in the 18th century attracted pilferers and river pirates.
What is the difference between flotsam and jetsam, and why is it important for beachcombers?
Ulysses S. Grant was a well-known whiskey lover.