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Crucifix / figure / Christ Crucifix / figure / Christ

Gilded bronze figure of Christ from a crucifix, enamelled in blue and green in the Limoges or champleve manner, found in the churchyard at Ceres, Fife, 12th or possibly 13th century

Reliquary Reliquary

Monymusk Reliquary consisting of a rectangular casket and lid in the form of a roof, made from wood, copper alloy, silver, enamel and blue glass, decorated with intertwined animals, and possibly once containing a relic of St Columba, from around the 8th century AD

Plaque Plaque

Square bronze plaque with enamelling and with six holes, depicting Christ, from Borve, Benbecula, late 12th or 13th century

Candlestick, altar Candlestick, altar

Altar candlestick found in digging the foundations of the parish church at Kinnoul, Perth, typical of Limoges, 12th - 13th century

Hasp, coffer Hasp, coffer

Hasp of a coffer of gilded copper and champleve enamel, from Wauchope, near Langholm, 13th century

Inkstand Inkstand

Silver inkstand in the form of a casket, by Hamilton and Inches, 1898 - 1899, with a lion's head crest over "1903", "William Strang Steel of Philipshaugh, Selkirk", designed by Lady Gibson Carmichael

Locket Locket

Gold enamelled, heart-shaped locket set with an onyx cameo portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots: the locket Scottish, late 16th century, the cameo and its mount, French

Pendant Pendant

Oval gold and enamel pendant with tiny miniatures of Mary, Queen of Scots and James VI on the outside and portrait of a man on the inside, surrounded by ropework of seed pearls, late 16th century

Brooch, flower spray / jewel, trembler Brooch, flower spray / jewel, trembler

Spray brooch of three enamelled gold flowers on a gold stem, with one green enamelled gold leaf with a blue back, known as a "trembler" jewel, c. 1650

Wine glass Wine glass

Wine glass with an enamelled portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, one of a set of six commissioned about 1775 by Thomas Erskine, later 9th Earl of Kellie, a member of a group of aristocratic Jacobites who continued to celebrate Bonnie Prince Charlie's birthday until his death in 1788

Ring Ring

Gold and enamel ring inset with a gold medallion of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, inscribed "C.P.R." and "DUM SPIRAT SPERO", probably by exiled Edinburgh goldsmith Adam Tait in Paris, c. 1750

Finger ring Finger ring

Gold and enamel finger ring inset with monogram "JR" and crown, given by James VII and II to Sir Peter Halkett the night he fled from London in 1688

Ring Ring

Gold and enamel "Four Peers" ring, commemorating the four Jacobite lords - Kilmarnock, Derwentwater, Balmerino and Lovat - executed in 1746 - 1747 for their part in the Rising, c. 1747

Miniature Miniature

One of a collection of Jacobite relics amassed by Sir John Hynde Cotton and his descendants - oval miniature in enamel of George II, set in a gilt(?) metal frame

Miniature Miniature

One of a collection of Jacobite relics amassed by Sir John Hynde Cotton and his descendants - oval miniature in enamel of Sir John Hynde Cotton, 4th Baronet

Snuffbox Snuffbox

Circular snuffbox of pinchbeck with an inner lid enamelled with a portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stewart, the lid and base of hardwood decorated with grooves and wrigglework

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