Curling stone

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Curling stone

The stone is an example of an indoor substitute for curling patented in 1877. This curling stone was for use on polished wooden floors.

The curling-stone has a body of iron, a vulcanised rubber handle, and an underside studded with stiff bristles of hair.

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Online ID: 000-100-002-528-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0098: National Museums Scotland
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  H.MP 456
Date: 1877
Material: Iron; brass and composition handle; leather band; bristle
Dimensions: 160 mm H x 200 mm Dia
Subject: Tools, implements and miscellaneous (NMAS Classification)
Description: Curling-stone with a body of iron, brass and composition handle and underside studded with stiff bristles, for use on polished wooden floors
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