This Friday I have a real identification challenge that I came across in the collections at the Horniman that I would like to share with you:
This is one of those oddities that crop up from time-to-time, which can potentially cause problems when they’re not identified and dealt with appropriately. Any idea what it is and what problems it may be associated (and what the appropriate steps might be to stop it from becoming a problem)?
As usual, feel free to ask questions below – I will do my best to answer them. Good luck!