It is speculated the the Romans introduced the bagpipes to Scotland in AD 84. The stirring sound of the Scottish bagpipes is synonymous with strength, courage and heroism, for which the Scottish are renowned throughout the world.
This carving is made by a process known as Intarsia, which is the ancient art of making pictorial mosaics by laying precious and exotic woods onto a solid wood surface. Seven different woods are used to make these Celtic designs.
Height 23cm Width 10cm
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