This porcelain lamb figurine was excavated at the Commonwealth Block site between 1988 and 2003. It was possibly once part of a farm scene.

'When I was a child, we played in the street with hoops; we played hopscotch, and chasey, and cowboys and Indians, running right round the blocks and that. We even played marbles too.' (Marie Hayes, born and raised in Little Lon 1920-1940)

To the children who lived there, Little Lon was home. The streets and lanes were their playground - for tossing knucklebones, flicking marbles or chasing over the cobblestones. Their chants and laughter were part of the sounds of Little Lon.

Physical Description

This is a small porcelain lamb figurine. It is glazed and the face is smooth with no defined features, the body is textured.

Physical Description

Porcelain lamb figurine. Possibly part of a Staffordshire shepherd/farm scene. 01/49/59/-/-, 01/49/61/-/-, 04/13/02/-/-, and 05/18/-/14/- are all sheep or lambs. From Name/Identification field: Ceramic - Figurine See Article in Supp. File 01/4

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