Pictish Symbol Stone (pictish)
- Council Orkney Islands
- Parish Firth
- Former Region Orkney Islands Area
- Former District Orkney
- Former County Orkney
An incomplete slab of clay slate, 3 ft 9 ins long by 21 ins wide by 3 1/2 ins thick, bearing the rectangular symbol with the crescent and V-shaped symbols beneath, was found many years ago above the fireplace of a cottage near Redland. It is said to have come originally from near the Broch of Redland ( ).
The cottage mentioned by the RCAHMS was not located, and there is no local knowledge of the original findspot.(Information from Mr Scott (Owner), Redland, Firth, Orkney).
Visited by OS(RL) 9 June 1966.
Now in the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland (NMAS, Accession no.IB 24)
Class I symbol stone bearing a rectangle above a crescent and V-rod.