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Ardross Castle. Interior-detail of doorway in Ante-Room on Ground Floor.

SC 400232

Description Ardross Castle. Interior-detail of doorway in Ante-Room on Ground Floor.

Catalogue Number SC 400232

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of A 46305 CN

Scope and Content Stained glass doorway, ground-floor ante-room, Ardross Castle, Highland Ardross Castle was built in its present form as a Victorian Scots Baronial mansion in 1880-1 by Alexander Ross incorporating parts of an earlier house. This is the stained glass door of the ground-floor anti-room. The two flanking panels bear the Latin inscription, 'PERENES' and 'NIHIL,' meaning 'Nothing lasts for ever'. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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