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Crosier / head Crosier / head

Crosier head carved in oak, found in a tomb between pillars on the south side of the presbytery of St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, identified as the site of the monument of Bishop Tulloch, 15th century AD

Pulpit Pulpit

Carved oak pulpit from Parton Church, Kirkcudbrightshire, dated 1598, inscribed 'FEIR THE LORD AND HONOUR HIS HOUS', with 'I.G.' beside the arms of Glendonwyn of Parton

Carving / fragment Carving / fragment

Christ the Gardener, fragment of oak carving, figure holding spade, probably part of an altar table, early 16th century

Cabinet Cabinet

Richly carved oak cabinet with male and female heads on the door panels, from Priory, Pittenweem, Fife, early 17th century

Medallion, ceiling / roundel Medallion, ceiling / roundel

One of two carved oak medallions thought to represent James V from the ceiling of the King's Presence Chamber in Stirling Castle, c. 1540

Medallion, ceiling / roundel Medallion, ceiling / roundel

One of two carved oak medallions thought to represent Mary of Guise or Margaret Tudor, from the ceiling of the King's Chamber in Stirling Castle, c. 1540

Panel Panel

One of two sets of three carved oak panels showing the arms of James Drummond and Margaret Stewart in left panel and foliage based decoration in centre and right panels: Scottish, c.1531

Door Door

Carved oak door, from a house in Blyth's Close in Edinburgh, possibly occupied by Mary Of Guise between 1542 and 1554, with later addition in 1557 of the coat-of-arms of Alexander Aitchison, decorative motifs typical of Scottish work of the mid 16th century

Door Door

Oak door from Amisfield Tower, Dumfriesshire, depicting Samson tearing open the jaws of a lion, with a shield at the top bearing the arms of Charteris and Herries and the date 1600

Carving / figure / female Carving / figure / female

Figure of a female in oak, from Ballachulish, 725 - 500 BC

Panel, armorial Panel, armorial

Wooden panel with the royal arms of Scotland, from Linlithgow Palace, 1540 - 1570

Panel, framed Panel, framed

One of five framed oak panels, carved with scriptural subjects, two also being painted, from Sornhill, Ayrshire, 16th century

Panel, framed Panel, framed

One of five framed oak panels, carved with scriptural subjects, two also being painted, from Sornhill, Ayrshire, 16th century

Panel, framed Panel, framed

One of five framed oak panels, carved with scriptural subjects, two also being painted, from Sornhill, Ayrshire, 16th century

Panel, framed Panel, framed

One of five framed oak panels, carved with scriptural subjects, two also being painted, Sornhill, Ayrshire, 16th century

Panel, framed Panel, framed

One of five oak panels, carved with scriptural subjects, two also being painted, from Sornhill, Ayrshire, 16th century

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