A 15th century stone statue of St Duthac as a bishop, standing on a calf. This statue of St Duthus stood for several hundred years in a niche high on the west wall of the Collegiate Church. Although all the other statues and artworks that graced the church were destroyed at the time of the Reformation, the statue of St Duthus was said to have been preserved by the people of Tain.
|Cat No.||Collegiate Chur|
|Date added||June 12th, 2021|
|Added by||Tain & District Museum|