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One of four large amber beads used as a charm against blindness by the Macdonalds of Glencoe

Charm / bead Charm / bead

One of four large amber beads used as a charm against blindness by the Macdonalds of Glencoe

Charm / bead Charm / bead

One of four large amber beads used as a charm against blindness by the Macdonalds of Glencoe

Charm / bead Charm / bead

One of four large amber beads used as a charm against blindness by the Macdonalds of Glencoe

Bead Bead

Bead (Vulst) of amber, Bronze Age, from Denmark

Bead Bead

Bead (Vulst) of amber, Bronze Age, from Denmark

Bead Bead

Perforated amber bead from a hoard from Adabrock, Lewis, Late Bronze Age, 950 - 750 BC

Bead Bead

Perforated amber bead from a hoard from Adabrock, Lewis, Late Bronze Age, 950 - 750 BC

Bead Bead

Scandinavian Late Neolithic amber axe-shaped bead from a tumulus in Lanarkshire, 2450 - 2000 BC

Bead Bead

Scandinavian Late Neolithic amber axe-shaped bead from a tumulus in Lanarkshire, 2450 - 2000 BC

Bead Bead

Scandinavian Late Neolithic amber axe-shaped bead from a tumulus in Lanarkshire, 2450 - 2000 BC

Bead / fragment Bead / fragment

Fragment of a triangular amber bead, part of a necklace, from an Early Bronze Age burial at the Knowes of Trotty, Huntiscarth, Orkeny, 1800 - 1500 BC

Bead Bead

Amber bead of irregular shape, perforated at one side, from a cist at Culduthel Mains, Inverness-shire, Early Bronze Age 2300-2000 BC

Brooch Brooch

Hunterston Brooch, an early Christian brooch with panels of gold filigree in Celtic and Anglo-Saxon styles, from Ireland or the West of Scotland, c. 700 AD

Brooch Brooch

Brooch-pin of silver, ornamented with interlaced and zoomorphic patterns and set with amber, found near Dunipace, Stirlingshire, 700 - 800 AD

Penannular brooch Penannular brooch

Penannular silver brooch with expanded ends and amber settings, surrounded by double rope-like mouldings, from Croy, Inverness-shire, 800 - 900 AD

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