Join us to explore some of our 3D imaged museum objects which have been used during our online exhibitions!

9th Century Celtic handbell, cast bronze.

Niel Gow’s Snuff Box, engraved metal.

This Sporan was 3D imaged with the kind permission of the Clan Donnachaidh Society from their collection held in the Clan centre.

This is an example of WW1 trench art showing an Adrian Helmet as an inkwell. This inkwell is made of cast metal and is painted Khaki green, there is a regimental badge on the front of the helmet. The inkwell is revealed by lifting the helmet which is connected by a hinge to the base containing the ink well. The leather strap across the inkwell is engraved with the word “Ypres” which was a common battle location during ww1 in which around 1 million collective lives were lost during the conflict.

Trench art is a common piece of memorabilia which can be found in relation to the first world war.


Hand turned wooden carved goblet with small flowers and dark varnish. Made by Charles Macintosh, owned by Perth Museum.

3D Imaged with the Kind permission of Culture Perth and Kinross.

Hand turned wooden egg cup made by Charles McIntosh, base contains pencil signature “Made by Charles McIntosh” owned by Perth Museum and 3D imaged created with their kind permission.

Weight for height for the Birnam Highland Games. The weight weighs 56lbs and is thrown over a bar at height above the lifters head by the attached ring.

Lead musket ball, possibly from the Battle of Dunkeld 1689.

Lead musket ball, possibly from the Battle of Dunkeld 1689.

Hand turned wooden object made by Charles MacIntosh, owned by Perth Museum and 3D image created with their kind permission.

Kodak Box Brownie Six – 20 Brownie D Analog film camera, circa 1953-1957.

A notably simple camera, the original box brownie camera helped bring phoptography to the masses.

16lb Shot put ball, used in Birnam Highland games.

Mauchline wear ink pot with transfer image of Dunkeld Cathedral. No Date, from 1860-1910’s.

Lambeth Doulton Flagon 1860-1890, salt glazed ceramic