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Brooch of bronze, octagonal, from Edin's Hall, Berwickshire, possibly 15th century
Silver brooch with a smoked amethyst, given by Queen Victoria to the Honourable Flora Macdonald, her Maid of Honour
Heart-shaped brooch with gold fittings, a silver border set with 13 diamonds, and a glass centre said to contain the hair of Prince Charles Edward Stuart given by him to Lady Mary Clark, 18th century
Silver ring brooch with the maker's mark on the back and "Albion Cloth Company" in a circle
Heart-shaped brooch of silver, inscribed 'Love', from Shian, Perthshire
Circular silver brooch ornamented with an engraved pattern and niello, inscribed "RC. CC. 1760"
Circular silver brooch ornamented with deers' heads and flowers, inscribed on the back "I.M" and "I.M.R.", by Thomas Borthwick, Inverness, c. 1775
Luckenbooth brooch of silver, rudely ornamented, with the initials D.N.R. on the back
Highland brooch of brass, ornamented with engraved circles, foliage, a triangle and an animal, 17th century
Small heart-shaped brooch of silver, with LOVE inscribed on the back, said to have been used as a charm, from Rosehearty, Aberdeenshire
Octagonal brooch of silver inlaid with niello, decorated with animals, two with human heads, and inscribed "?IHSN ANAN", from Kilmore, Mull
Much worn brass brooch without a pin, from Eilan Finan, Loch Shiel, Argyllshire
Silver gilt Highland brooch inscribed 'ani io cne ab an hi', from Kindrochit Castle, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, late 15th century
Highland flat ring brooch of brass decorated with alternate spotted animals and roundels filled with interlaced ornament, from Tomintoul, Banffshire, 17th century
Heart-shaped or Luckenbooth brooch of silver, inscribed on the back with a maker's mark "I.B." and the motto "K.G. Fear God and Love Werto", from Deeside
Heart-shaped brooch of silver inscribed "Vertue"