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Spoon Spoon

Horn spoon from Gunnister, Northmavine, Shetland, late 17th century

Snuff mull Snuff mull

Silver-mounted horn snuff-mull with a tapering horn body, octagonal in section, and an applied circular base, inscribed "A gift from a friend to James Buchanan of Kirenach", c. 1715

Highland bagpipe Highland bagpipe

Highland bagpipe with a chanter, blow-pipe and three drones, decorated with bone insets owned by the Macdonalds of Islay and long in the possession of the MacIndeors or Dewars, hereditary pipers to the Macdonalds of Islay

Tenor drone Tenor drone

Tenor drone of wood from a set of small pipes, mounted with a brass ferrule and horn drone top cap, made in two sections with spool moulded decoration and combed lines grouped in threes

Tenor drone Tenor drone

Tenor drone from a set of small pipes, mounted with a brass ferrule and a bone drone top cap decorated with dot and circle design, from Gillanders and Macleod, Forfar, 1977

Highland bagpipe Highland bagpipe

Set of Highland bagpipes with two drones only and with mountings of lead and horn, 18th century, and acquired in the 19th century by James Drummond

Lowland bagpipe Lowland bagpipe

Set of bellows-blown Lowland bagpipes, with three drones mounted in a common stock and mounted with horn and bone, which belonged to a Peeblesshire family

Highland bagpipe Highland bagpipe

Set of Highland bagpipes with three drones and a chanter of laburnum and cherry wood with bone and horn mounts, probably made for a child, possibly Perth, c. 1830

Small pipes bagpipe Small pipes bagpipe

Set of small pipes with three drones set in a common stock, made of laburnum and fruitwood mounted with sea ivory, and having a fringed green wool cover, formerly belonged to a Sutherland family, late 18th century

Highland bagpipe Highland bagpipe

Set of Highland bagpipes made of laburnum mounted with horn and having a sheepskin bag with a green wool cover, made by J. and R. Glen, Edinburgh, c. 1880

Horn Horn

Horn closed at wider end with wooden plug, from the body of a man found at Gunnister in Northmavine, Shetland, late 17th century or later

Tumbler Tumbler

Straight sided horn tumbler, engraved with a sailing ship and 'To Commemorate the Landing of George the Fourth in Scotland'

Shepherd's horn Shepherd's horn

Shepherd's horn, carved all over, probably 19th century

Spoon Spoon

Horn spoon with a tapering stem black at the bent-over end and lighter towards the yellow-brown pointed egg-shaped bowl, from Meadowhead Farm, West Calder

Powder horn Powder horn

Powder horn belonging to Private James Cameron, with Haudenosaunee or Huron-Wendat burden strap, carried in North America, 1758

Cup Cup

Theodore cup of horn with silver mounts, taken by Paymaster Major Thomson after the Storming of Magdala, Abyssinia, 1868

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