Bronze toiletry mirror, Egyptian, 800BC-100BC
"Base Ring" juglet with handle, of polished earthenware, with decorative relief bands and traces of dark slip, from Cyprus, 1600BC-1400BC. Earthenware is a low-fired ceramic that is porous unless covered with glaze. Most clays can be used to produce
Faience amulet, eye, Egyptian, 4000-30BC
Marey sphygmograph, with Foster's and Anstie's modifications, in case, by Breguet, Paris
Bone and metal percussor and ivory and metal pleximeter, cased.
Respirometer, manufactured by Walker Lecuyer, Paris. This is of a similar design to Hutchinson�s. The subject breathed into the inner gasholder via a tube connected to the inlet pipe at the base. The gasholder is balanced over water by the counter we
Quain's stethometer in case, by Delolme and supplied by Coxeter, London. Sir Richard Quain (1816-1898) devised the stethometer to measure the difference in mobility of each side of the chest, as an aid to diagnosis.
This instrument has a spring mechanism for the blades and is gold-plated with an ivory handle. It was manufactured by Collin of Paris, France and is from the Charrierre, Colin and Gentile collection. Brissez invented this type of intra-uterine specul
Part of von Basch sphygmomanometer, owned by T.L. Brunton
This type of vaginal specula has four blades and was invented by Meadows. It is made out of steel and was constructed by S. Maw Son and Thompson of London, England. Once the speculum had been inserted into the vagina the four blades could be spread o