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Found about 1842 buried in a field and used in the building of a field wall The stone was retrieved and placed in the garden rockery at a farm later in the nineteenth century. It now lives at the entrance to Leith Hall Garden in Aberdeenshire. The carving depicts a wolf a rectangle and a mirror and comb. The wolf is padding along with tail and ear at rest, facing right, with tongue visible between the jaws. The rectangle above has two comma-like motifs across the diagonal, and the mirror to the right of the wolf has a double-ball handle with a twisted grip. The comb is single-sided with an ornately shaped back and three rivets.