Although not in the Falkirk district the 18th century Chartershall Sundial is included because the stone is in the collections of Falkirk Musuem.
It consists of a cube with dial faces on three sides and the fourth pecked to key it into the masonry at the foot of a skew. The top is extended upwards forming the curved shaft of a ball final. It was noted by the RCAHMS as standing in the garden of a cottage just to the west of the bridge at Chartershall, having been dug up on the spot (RCAHMS 1963, 315).
Falkirk Museum 1983-11-14