A glass curling stone presented to the Queen during a visit to Aberdeen will be part of a Buckingham Palace exhibition.
The Queen was given the handmade ornament to commemorate the opening of Aberdeen Curling Rink on October 18, 1983.
Created by master craftsman Franco Toffolo, it will now be part of the Royal Gifts exhibition at this year’s summer opening of the state rooms at the palace.
There will be more than 250 objects from about 100 countries.
They were gifted during state visits, overseas tours and official engagements, and also presented to mark significant moments in the Queen’s life.
The curling stone features alongside a range of gifts that include a beaded Yoruba throne presented by the people of Nigeria, a wooden totem pole carved by the Kwakiutl people of Canada’s north-west coast, and a Buckingham Palace London Underground sign she was given while meeting staff at the station.
Exhibition curator Sally Goodsir, assistant curator of decorative arts, Royal Collection Trust, said: “Her Majesty opened Aberdeen Curling Rink in October 1983, and to mark the occasion was presented with a glass curling stone which will go on public display for the first time.
“The Scottish gifts to be shown in the exhibition reflect the range of official duties which The Queen has carried out in Scotland during her reign.
“From her first visit down a coal mine in Fife in 1958, when she was presented with a model of a mining lamp, to gifts presented to her at the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh in 1986 and more recently in Glasgow in 2014.
“Harris Tweed, woodwork from Shetland and silversmithing from Hamilton & Inches of Edinburgh highlight the beautiful craftsmanship used to create gifts to The Queen from across Scotland.”
Other Scottish gifts include a silver enchanted pool bowl filled with a Scottish river pearl given to mark the 150th anniversary of Hamilton & Inches in 2016 and a tartan cushion to commemorate the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh 1986.
Royal Gifts will be on show between July 22 and October 1 this year.