Lion Brooch Kilt Pin

£19.95
  • Description

    Art Pewter Kilt Pin

    The rampant lion is the symbol of a proud nation as seen on the Royal Standard of Scotland. It was first uses as the Royal emblem of Scotland by Alexander II in 1222 and its use is restricted by an act of the parliment of Scotland (1672). The classic, adaptable design of this kilt pin means it could also be used as a brooch. It is also available with an antique finish.

    The kilt pin became fashionable in the 1800s and has continued to this day, universally worn on all kilts or kilted skirts. Highlanders invariably elaborated the metal parts of their wearing apparel either by the use of precious metals or by introducing Cairngorm stones, polished pebbles or jewels.

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  • Details & Fit

    Material: Pewter

    Dimensions: 4.5cm x 6cm