This cooking pot hook came from a slave cabin that once stood on the Brock Plantation in the Princess Anne (Pungo/Backbay) area of Virginia Beach.
A wrought iron cooking pot hook. The artifact has a large hook on one end with a smaller hook facing the opposite direction on the other end. The hook has nine holes along its length. The artifact has a pitted surface with spots of corrosion.
A wrought iron cooking pot hook. The artifact has eight holes along its length and a large hook on one end. The other end is bent and flattened with a hole at the end. Another hooked piece of metal runs through this hole allowing the pot hook’s length to be adjusted using the eight holes in the larger piece of metal. The artifact has a pitted surface with spots of corrosion.
Blue and black long-sleeve leotard. The body of the leaotard is shiny and blue. The neckline seems to be a mix between a v-neck and a sweetheart nickline. It is trimmed with black velvet. A portion of the sleeves are covered with a black netting and are also trimmed in black velvet. The netting comes down to a point on the side of the sleeves, around 2 inches above the cuff. There is a rhinestone design below the neckline and along the shoulders. There are also rhinestones in various places on the black netting and along the velvet trim. There is a rhinestone design on the proper left hip.
The back of the neckline is square shaped and is trimmed with the black velvet and the rhinestones.