Single-sided seal depicting a woman in long flowing garments, with a *pennon* decorated with a cross in her left hand, and a shield in her right. The shield bears arms of three *cinquefoils*, probably for Carrick, and is being presented to a knight whose arms are outstretched; the armorial design is replicated on the *caparisons* of the horse.
Image description (reverse)
S’ ADE DE K[LCONCATH MIL]ITIS (“Seal of Adam of Kilconquhar, knight”).
The legend suggests that this was in use prior to Adam becoming earl.
Dimensions: 1 in. diameter.
SW III, p.441.