Here’s a nice ten-minute fictional film, made in London, about two Thames beachcombers establishing a relationship across the banks of the river.
Top of a screwdriver.
Chinese tea bottle. Made by the US firm Lock & Lock, this sells for $13.99. There’s a strainer at the top, so you put your tea leaves in the bottle, fill it with water, and can then pour at your leisure.
Homemade flag. Strange arrangement this - some plastic and balloons attached to a branch of a tree.
Small rubber man. With burn marks on his extremities.
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.