Scottish - Irish
Dunure Castle and Labyrinth on Ayrshire coast, Scotland. According to Irish and English ancient legends the fairies danced on labyrinth spirals in the moonlight; in accordance to Norwegian popular beliefs stone rows made by ice-giants; by Swedish tales labyrinths mark the enters into underground palaces. Most of modern researches consider labyrinths as religious structures.
Dunure Castle and Labyrinth on Ayrshire, Scotland
Scottish Silver & Agate Scent Bottle with different colored agates and shaped like a shield, foliate engraved and suspended from two chains and a finger ring. By Levi & Salaman, Birmingham,1888.
Jamesie and Aya of the band Albannach
Stone of Scone (pronounced scon, rhymes with Ron). Starting with Robert the Bruce, Scotland's kings have sat on this stone to be crowned. The English stole it 700 years ago and kept it under their coronation chair, but with Scotland's parliamentary independence in the 1990s, the Scots asked for it back and got it! It is honorably displayed with Scotland's crown jewels. (Scotland doesn't have the impressive gems that England has, but it is elegant!) Edinburgh Castle
Whiskey Cake in the Jar-O