Explore Sheffield's metalwork colleciton in 3D


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  • Piers Williams, Iris (screenprint) © the artist
  • Neil Woodall, Derwent - Gorsey Bank © the artist
  • Kid Acne, South Yorks, © Kid Acne
  • Jonathan Wilkinson, Motorway & the Meadow © the artist
  • Joe McDonnell, Turnkey © the artist
  • Jo Peel, Henderson's Relish © the artist
  • Beaker (reverse), commemorating the General Armistice © Museums Sheffield.
  • Beaker, commemorating the General Armistice © Museums Sheffield.
  • Pincushion, bought by Tom Akers, Royal Horse Artillery, as a souvenir for his wife, Violet © Museums Sheffield
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