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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
Longbow of yew marked 'SF 1770' and nine arrows all marked 'SF', owned by Simon Fraser of Ford who was admitted as a member of the Royal Company of Archers in 1770
Chopsticks, large pair, carved in yew with a chain link head, for demonstration workshop in Edinburgh, January 2002: Japan, Hokkaido, Ainu, by Urakawa Tahachi
Chopsticks, small pair, carved in yew with a chain link head, for demonstration workshop in Edinburgh, January 2002: Japan, Hokkaido, Ainu, by Urakawa Tahachi
Set of drones in a common stock of stained yew, brass mounted, with sheepskin bag by Nicholas Kerr, Edinburgh, 18th century
Bagpipe chanter of yew with horn mounted sole, for a set of small pipes, Scottish, late 19th century