6 ½” length plus the stopper. Pressed horn to near flat sides and faceted edges. Oval wood base secured with wood pins. Banded rectangular section spout. One side with a central compass work medallion, somewhat weak, The base with small compass medallions all around. The remaining side with a curious 1770 shaped to fit above the medallions. Original pinched wood stopper with a vent pin in the end and suspending a brass measure. The disarmament of Scotts after Culloden did not affect those loyal to the King. As well, by 1770, a generation after Culloden, Royal sympathy was fueled by the need for military support in India and ultimately, America.