Author Archives: Jonathan Swain
Melanie models the newly acquired yoke from Hastings in pale blue. It has a lot of wood worm.
Traditional flower seller yoke film. one of two.
This gory version of a yoke was in an exhibition, can’t remember where or when, but it is an excellent example. Photographed at luchtime on the 10th January 2013.
In one of the flea markets, a drunken camp milk maid, perhaps.
Rottingdean Museum has quite a large display dedicated to local agricultural workers in the period up to the second world war. It includes this woodwormed milkmaids yoke. It also has a lot of information on Rudyard Kipling and Burne-Jones, who … Continue reading