Curling stone

Contributed by bouaoun

The stone is carved from granite found on Ailsa Craig, the tiny volcanic island off the south west coast of Scotland. Curling has been popular past time in Scotland for several hundred years and the country is now a world leader.

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Location

Stone Aisla Craig Carved Perth

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Size
H:
25cm
W:
50cm
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