Wooden and rope bridle for tethering a horse.

Wooden and rope bridle known as a `brangas` used for tethering a horse when grazing or in the byre. The cheek pieces were made from the oakstaves of a whisky barrel. It was found by Donald MacKinnon of Hough in his stackyard in October 2006.


Tiree in 100 Objects – 42 – Brangas

The History of Tiree in 100 Objects

Object Details

Other Number: not specified
Normal Location: Main Store Central: freestanding
Current Location: normal location

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