This damaged slab of clay slate is carved with two symbols and was found built into a cottage at Redland.
The stone measures around 1.14m tall by 0.53m across and 0.09m thick and is carved with a rectangular symbol over a crescent and V-rod. It was discovered built into the wall above the fireplace of a cottage but was said to have come originally from near the Broch of Redland.
It is now in the National Museum of Scotland with the accession number IB.24.
Alternative names for Redland