Dog Paw Print - from the Mary Rose
This is special commission by the Mary Rose Museum and it is only available from the museum.
One day almost 500 years ago, a dog walked across a tile in a Tudor workshop before it had been baked dry. He or she left a paw print that was wonderfully recorded on the tile and then immaculately preserved for years under the sea. It was found by the divers on the Mary Rose as they uncovered the thousands of bricks and tiles that had been used to make the brick-built ovens.
Fixing Points: a slot cut into the back of the tile
Dimensions: 10.2cm x 10.4cm