Small rubber man.
Lemonade bottle. Made by R White & Sons.
Terracotta roof tile. Made in Bois du Roi Marne in France.
Piece of crockery. With mystery wording: something about London, 1862.
Bunch of flowers. The flowers have washed away, leaving just the stems, a bit of green matter and the cellophane wrapping.
Heineken beer crate.
Dynamite sticks. A type of sweet.
Three vegetables and one fruit – pea pod, carrot, green plantain and cauliflower – all found on the same day.
Shuttlecock. Made by an English company, Carlton, based in Shirebrook, Derbyshire. Badminton was developed in the mid-1800s by the British in India and took its name, for reasons that are unclear, from the Badminton House stately home in England.
Blue fronds. Possibly from a broom.