Exhibition tells story of Sheffield in 10 objects

Sian Brown, of Sheffield Museums with one of the 10artefacts selected to go on show at Weston Park Museum. On the right is a Henderson's Relish bottele circa 1900. On the left is a current day version.

Sian Brown, of Sheffield Museums with one of the 10artefacts selected to go on show at Weston Park Museum. On the right is a Henderson's Relish bottele circa 1900. On the left is a current day version.

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It is a project which has led to discussion and debate across Sheffield: if you could tell the history of the city in 10 objects, what would they be?

Sheffield University's Lizzie Wright with one of the ten artefacts selected to go on show at Weston Park Museum. This item is a goblet made by designer, silversmith and sculptor Brian Asquith.
Sheffield University's Lizzie Wright with one of the ten artefacts selected to go on show at Weston Park Museum. This item is a goblet made by designer, silversmith and sculptor Brian Asquith.
Shaving razors.
Shaving razors.
Sheffield made Bowie knife.
Sheffield made Bowie knife.
Sheffield University's Dr Karen Harvey with one of the ten artefacts selected to go on show at Weston Park Museum. This one is a 1982 painting by Paul Waplington.
Sheffield University's Dr Karen Harvey with one of the ten artefacts selected to go on show at Weston Park Museum. This one is a 1982 painting by Paul Waplington.
 

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