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Vessel stone / cup Vessel stone / cup

Decorated steatite cup from Binney Craig

Vessel stone / cup Vessel stone / cup

Sandstone cup ribbed on the outside, from Breckigoe, Thrumster, Caithness

Vessel stone / cup Vessel stone / cup

Cup of steatitic stone, with remains of handle and ornamented with incised lines, from a 'Pict's House', Knockargity, Aberdeenshire

Vessel stone / cup Vessel stone / cup

Cup of greenstone, with short handle, from Gallow-flat, Rutherglen, Lanarkshire

Vessel stone / cup Vessel stone / cup

Cup of schist from Meikle Ussie House

Vessel stone / cup Vessel stone / cup

Broken cup of stone from Bellvanrock Quarry, Broxburn, West Lothian

Vessel Vessel

Mortar-like stone vessel forming a small basin, formerly believed capable of effecting miraculous cures, from Cladh Chrisoid, Harris, Inverness-shire

Vessel glass / fragment Vessel glass / fragment

Fragment of glass, from Fendom Sands, Tain, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

Vessel metal / cauldron / handle Vessel metal / cauldron / handle

Cauldron ring handle, one of a hoard of forty four bronze items consisting of the ring of a large cauldron and fragments of spearheads, swords and dagger blades, from Duddingston Loch

Vessel metal / vessel Vessel metal / vessel

Vessel of cast bronze from Balmashanner

Vessel metal / cauldron Vessel metal / cauldron

Cauldron formed of thin plates of bronze riveted together, from Kincardine Moss, 600 - 400 BC

Vessel metal / tankard / handle Vessel metal / tankard / handle

Copper alloy tankard handle decorated with bosses in the centre, from Carlingwark Loch, Kirkcudbrightshire, 80 - 200 AD

Vessel stone / urn Vessel stone / urn

Steatite urn with a cremation deposit, from a cist excavated by James Farrar M.P. at Stennis [Stenness], Orkney

Vessel glass / cup Vessel glass / cup

Glass vessel, possibly a drinking bowl, from a burial at Airlie, Angus, 150 - 250 AD

Necklace / bead Necklace / bead

Necklace of eleven glass beads of Anglo-Saxon type and part of a hollow rim of a glass vessel, from Hound Point, Dalmeny

Vessel metal / patera Vessel metal / patera

Roman patera ornamented on the bottom with sunk concentric circles, from Stanhope, 80 - 180 AD

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