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Cas chrom Cas chrom

Cas chrom or foot plough, the shaft heel and sole bound to nest by three iron bands, it is tipped with a new blade and the shaft lies back at approximately 25 degrees from the vertical, there are remains of a wooden foot peg in hell on right side

Ristle plough Ristle plough

Rustal or ristle plough, comprising a wooden beam tipped at the front with a metal band for attachment to a single horse, a single stilt is secured to the beam by an iron band and wooden cross-tie and an iron coulter like blade drops downwards and is secured by wooden wedges

Bowl Bowl

Bowl of thin bronze, possibly the hangman's ladle of Dumfries, Scotland, 18th century

Platter Platter

Wooden platter with salt cellar in centre

Knitting basket Knitting basket

Work-basket or knitting basket of straw, circular, made with white cotton string, from Orkney

Basket Basket

Oval straw basket with carrying handle, bound with simmints of bent grass, from Papa Westray, Orkney

Basket, wool / crealagh Basket, wool / crealagh

Wickerwork wool basket, or crealagh, in the shape of a rugby ball, probably from Skye

Basket, fish Basket, fish

Fish basket, shallow and rectangular with a wicker-covered bow handle and four spars below to act as a stand, used by Thurso fishwives

Pipe / portion Pipe / portion

Piece of lead piping from Linlithgow Palace, inscribed 1538 J. Frame, in modern characters

Piece / wood Piece / wood

One of two pieces of thin flat wood, each with two holes an equal distance apart by an edge, apparently for joining the two together, from Gunnister, Northmavine, Shetland, late 17th century or later

Piece / wood Piece / wood

One of two pieces of thin flat wood, each with two holes an equal distance apart by an edge, apparently for joining the two together, from Gunnister, Northmavine, Shetland, late 17th century or later

Table, butchering Table, butchering

Three-legged wooden table from the slaughter shed of old Burnfoot House, said to have been used while cutting up pigmeat

Painting Painting

Painting of a Friesian Bull, oil on canvas, artist unknown

Wallet, telegram Wallet, telegram

Motor-cycle delivery boy's wallet for carrying telegrams, containing Telegram Notices and Express Packets

Badge mould Badge mould

Part of a stone mould for casting pilgrim's badges found in the old churchyard of St Andrew's, North Berwick, East Lothian, one badge depicting St Andrew, 14th century

Brooch Brooch

Brooch of bronze, octagonal, from Edin's Hall, Berwickshire, possibly 15th century

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