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Badge mould Badge mould

Part of a stone mould for casting pilgrim's badges found in the old churchyard of St Andrew's, North Berwick, East Lothian, one badge depicting St Andrew, 14th century

Mould, brooch Mould, brooch

Mould for a luckenbooth brooch and button, of stone, from Whithorn, Wigtownshire

Font Font

Sculptured font displaying the Crucifixion, Virgin and Child, St Michael, and the figure of a bishop, with an illegible inscription, from Kilmoruy, Loch Eynort, Skye

Figure, knight's Figure, knight's

Stone figure of a knight from the front of a tomb in St Mary's Chapel, Rothesay, 15th century

Corbel Corbel

Grotesque Corbel from the ancient church of Kirknewton, Midlothian

Panel Panel

Sculptured stone panels showing Adam and Eve, from the Netherbow, Edinburgh, 16th century

Sculpture / hand Sculpture / hand

Carved hand of a bishop, from a stone effigy

Head, gargoyle's Head, gargoyle's

Mutilated head from a stone gargoyle

Heraldic panel Heraldic panel

Heraldic panel of stone, showing the Hammermen's Arms, from Old Hammermen's Hall, Edinburgh, 1686

Crusie mould Crusie mould

Crusie mould of stone with a matrix on the top side, an incised cross on one side and a rudimentary matrix on the underside, from North Uist, 17th or 18th century

Candlestick Candlestick

Stone candlestick for four candles in two tiers, with a tailor's goose on two sides, 17th or 18th century

Sundial, lectern Sundial, lectern

Stone sundial of lecturn type with a twisted ornamental shaft, from Woodhouselee, Midlothian, formerly at Wrychtis House, Edinburgh, 17th century

Charmstone Charmstone

Flat oblong stone, notched on the sides and pierced with two holes, used as a charm for curing disease in Islay

Charmstone Charmstone

Perforated stone charm which was hung in a cow byre as protection against bewitchment, from Cumbernauld, Dunbartonshire

Charmstone Charmstone

Charm made from a natural concretion which had been hung at the foot of the bed to ward off evil dreams, from Galloway

Cup Cup

Rude stone cup from the Holy Well, Inschadney, Kenmore, Perthshire

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