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Stock-and-horn or touting-horn made from ebony turned on a lathe and decorated with ivory ferrules and insets, possibly an 18th century copy of an earlier horn pipe or shepherd's pipe, acquired by James Drummond of Edinburgh in the 19th century
Previous owner: Drummond, James, 1848 - 1887 (fl.)
Museum of the Society of Antiquities of Scotland
National Gallery of Scotland
Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, Northern Europe
McEwan, Peter J.M., Dictionary of Scottish Art and Architecture. Antique Collectors' Club, 1994.
Langwill, Lyndesay, 'The Stock and Horn', in Proceedings of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland. Vol. 84 (1949 - 1950), pp. 173 - 180.