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Set of bellows-blown Lowland bagpipes, with three drones mounted in a common stock and mounted with horn and bone, which belonged to a Peeblesshire family
Set of ‘Lowland’ bellows pipes, ebony, ivory-mounted, with three drones in a common stock, the chanter is a replacement and the drones have a distinctive shape and ‘lotus’ tops, possibly made by Hugh Robertson, Edinburgh, late 18th or early 19th century.
Set of Lowland pipes of ivory, silver mounted, having three drones set in stock, a chanter with one key and black velvet bag, Scottish
Set of bellows-blown Lowland bagpipes with chanter, bass and tenor drones held in a common stock, cocus wood, ivory-mounted, owned by Malcolm Macpherson, chanter made by Duncan McDougall, Aberfeldy, c. 1880
Set of Lowland bagpipes, bellows blown, with the drones mounted in a common stock and made of cocus wood and mounted with ivory, made by W. Duke, 19th century
Set of Lowland bagpipes, bellows-blown, with two tenor drones and a bass drone mounted in a single stock, would have been made in one of the Lowland burghs of Scotland, late 18th or early 19th century