Florence Evans is director of the Fine Art Society’s London gallery. She frequently posts images of her mudlarking finds on Instagram at the profile @flo_finds.
The muddy foreshore of the Thames has been an unlikely treasure trove for amateur archaeologists
Beads, bottles, broken plates… these scraps of London’s history provide a welcome distraction in a time of sickness and solitude
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