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Panel of carved oak

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Associated with James Drummond of Innerpeffray, Perthshire

Postcard of Panel of carved oak.
000-100-000-608-C
© National Museums Scotland

Panel of carved oak

This group of three oak panels is associated with Sir James Drummond of Innerpeffray in Perthshire and his wife Margaret Stewart. It dates from the early 17th century.

The panel is a good quality Renaissance work, of the same high standard as those found in royal palaces.

Margaret Stewart was an illegitimate daughter of James IV and Margaret, daughter of Lord Drummond.


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Online ID: 000-100-000-608-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0098: National Museums Scotland
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  H.KL 36
Date: Early 17th century
Mid 16th century
Material: Wood, oak
Dimensions: 590 mm H x 940 mm W x 50 mm Th
What: Panel
Subject: Carved woodwork, painted ceilings (NMAS Classification)
Who: C.K. Sharpe Collection
Drummond
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Description: One of two carved oak panels showing the Drummond arms impaling the arms of Scotland, early 17th century
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