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Plate, communion Plate, communion

Pewter communion plate, with FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, GARVALD 1843 engraved in cross-hatch lettering round the flat rim, by Robert Whyte of Edinburgh

Plate, communion Plate, communion

Communion plate from Keig Parish Church, Aberdeenshire, with maker's touch and "GR", probably for George Ross, Aberdeen, 1671

Dirk / scabbard Dirk / scabbard

Higland dirk with a wooden hilt and the scabbard mounted in pewter

Tea caddy Tea caddy

Oval pewter tea-caddy

Bleeding dish Bleeding dish

Barber-surgeon's bleeding dish of pewter, Edinburgh, 18th century

Beggar's badge Beggar's badge

Oblong beggar's badge with cut corners and border of raised dots, from the parish of Dysart, late 18th century

Touch plate Touch plate

Touch plate of the Edinburgh Pewterers, the touches being the official record of the individual craftsmen's marks from c. 1590 - 1749

Touch plate Touch plate

Touch plate of the Edinburgh Pewterers with only two touches, dated 1760 and 1764

Flagon / measure Flagon / measure

Pewter flagon or measure with a winged lid and wooden handle, inscribed 'Wine Company of Scotland', marked inside lid 'Wi llm Sc ott', Edinburgh, early 19th century

Measure / gill, half, Scots Measure / gill, half, Scots

Pewter baluster measure with ball thumb-piece for a Scots half gill, marked 'W I, 1771' on the inside of the lid

Costrel / bottle Costrel / bottle

Costrel or bottle of flask shape on a spreading rim foot, with flattened staple-shaped strap loops on the shoulders, with the mark of Patrick Walker of Edinburgh on the base, 1607

Finger ring Finger ring

Finger ring of bronze, brass or pewter, from Culbin Sands, Moray

Medal, commemorative Medal, commemorative

White metal or pewter medal of Prince Henry, Cardinal York, by Filippo Cropanese, 1766

Bread plate, communion Bread plate, communion

Large communion bread plate of pewter, with a wide rim sloping steeply into a deep base, for the Waster Gray Frieirs Kirk, 1722

Powderhorn Powderhorn

Powder-horn made of flattened cow horn with pewter nozzle mount, decorated with a crowned lion, a unicorn and the initials IF, 1673

Ampulla Ampulla

Pewter ampulla with lugs, on one side a male figure with book and pastoral staff, on other an altar with candlesticks and cross, from south of Craigmillar Farm steading, Edinburgh, early 13th century

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