The Study, Culross Photos

The Study (c1610) was built as home for a rich merchant on the Mercat Cross square in the village of Culross. The interior is a museum house run by the National Trust for Scotland (NTS). It can be visited by tour and is noted for its painted ceiling of the era as well as its furnishings.

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Mercat cross. Culross, Scotland.Doorway to The Study built as home of rich merchant on Mercat Cross square. Culross, Scotland.Wood paneling in The Study. Culross, Scotland.Interior of The Study run as museum by National Trust for Scotland. Culross, Scotland.
Mercat cross. Culross, Scotland.Doorway to The Study (c1610) built as home of rich merchant on Mercat Cross square. Culross, Scotland.Wood paneling in The Study (c1610). Culross, Scotland.Interior of The Study run as museum by National Trust for Scotland. Culross, Scotland.
Painted ceiling, a fine example of Scottish decoration, at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Detail of painted ceiling at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Painted ceiling beams over fireplace at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Fireplace mantle with 17thC objects including variable height spiral candlestick at The Study. Culross, Scotland.
Painted ceiling, a fine example of Scottish decoration, at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Detail of painted ceiling at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Painted ceiling beams over fireplace at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Fireplace mantle with 17thC objects including variable height spiral candlestick at The Study. Culross, Scotland.
Ceramics on mantle under graphic of Culross town prospect at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Wrought iron bannock bread girdle made by Culross hammermen under royal monopoly at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Iron girdle by hammermen in front of ceramic crock at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Ceramic crock marked A. Rennie, Leith in front of metal plate at The Study. Culross, Scotland.
Ceramics on mantle under graphic (17thC) of Culross town prospect at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Wrought iron bannock bread girdle (griddle) made by Culross hammermen under royal monopoly at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Iron girdle by hammermen in front of ceramic crock at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Ceramic crock marked A. Rennie, Leith in front of metal plate at The Study. Culross, Scotland.
Scandinavian bridal cabinet on legs carved with trolls at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Interior details of Scandinavian bridal cabinet on legs carved with trolls at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Gateleg table holding bowl & wooden spoons at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Spinning wheel & chair at The Study. Culross, Scotland.
Scandinavian bridal cabinet on legs carved with trolls at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Interior details of Scandinavian bridal cabinet on legs carved with trolls at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Gateleg table holding bowl & wooden spoons at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Spinning wheel & chair at The Study. Culross, Scotland.
Spinning wheel at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Carved corner chair at The Study. Culross, Scotland.

Spinning wheel at The Study. Culross, Scotland.Carved corner chair at The Study. Culross, Scotland.


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