The Friends of Duff House present a series of talks at 2pm on Thursday afternoons from October to March, with a break for Christmas and New Year. Held in the Long Gallery, access by lift is available on request at the shop on the ground floor. The talk normally extends for 45-50 minutes followed by an opportunity for questions from the audience.
An admission charge of £4.40 will be payable at the Duff House shop. Members of Friends of Duff House are eligible for free admission to the talk. Members of Historic Scotland are eligible for free admission to the talk and the House. Free access to the shop and tea room is available to all visitors.
The Friends of Duff House is a registered charity whose aim is to support and promote the interests of this historic Adam property.
Today’s talk is: ‘Identification of Property’ by Charles J. Burnett, K St J, M Litt, FSA (Scot) - From a very early period, coats of arms were used to identify property because each coat of arms is unique. This talk covers architecture, painting, silver and gold, ceramics and furniture.
Further information can be found at www.friendsofduffhouse.org.uk. A copy of the full programme can be downloaded here.