Kellie Lodging, Fife, Scotland. Height: 7.5cm, Length: 7.0cm
This grand building was built in the sixteenth century as a substantial town house for the Earls of Kellie from the nearby fourteenthcentury Kellie Castle. It can be found at Pittenweem - one of the five fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife, which collectively became known as the 'five pearls' during the reign of James VI of Scotland.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 27 September, 2010.