This parchment bound booklet pictures eighty Victorian lamb grave markers. They progress from well defined, to illegible...an observation about the effects of memory and time.


“It was common practice in the Victorian age to mark the grave of an infant or very young child with a carved lamb. Some of these poignant markers are so worn that the names can no longer be read, but the guardians remain faithfully atop the stones.”

 

80 Little Lambs