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Galloway mazer of silver gilt with a maplewood bowl, by James Gray, Canongate, 1569, made for Archibald Stewart, later Provost of Edinburgh, and his wife, inherited by the Earls of Galloway
Watson Mazer with a maplewood bowl mounted with a deep, everted silver-gilt band, resting on a chased silver-gilt stem and an inscribed trumpet-shaped foot, Scottish, mid 16th century
Mazer with a bowl of maple wood and an everted lip band of silver-gilt, with a central medallion rudely engraved with a portrayal of St George or Guy of Warwick slaying a dragon: English, c. 1530
Bute or Bannatyne mazer, a deep circular bowl of bird's-eye maple wood with engraved silver rim, on a flared silver foot, the metal boss is decorated with a lion and six heraldic shields, Scotland, 1314 - 1327, rim and straps added during the 16th century
Craigievar mazer with a maple wood bowl mounted with a silver band, by James Craufurd, Edinburgh, 1591
Lid for the Bute or Bannatyne mazer, Scotland, 1314 - 1327