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Circles Sword Kilt Pin

Handcrafted in Scotland from pure Silver, this beautiful kilt pin is detailed and elegant to make a sophisticated impression.

Dimensions 10 cm x 4 cm
Material Silver
Emblem Sword
  • Traditional Scottish Jewellery
  • Pure Silver
  • Hand finished and assembled
  • Pin and Roller Catch

Inspired by the Highland two-handed sword this is a formidable yet elegant pin. Its hilt is delicately etched to give the look of a leather wrap around while the guard points and pommel feature an intricate circular pattern.

This subtle yet elegant kilt pin is handcrafted in the West Coast of Scotland in pure silver with a pin and roller catch for easy-fastening.

How To Wear It:

Your kilt pin is used to weigh down the outer most layer of your kilt - the apron - to prevent it from catching in the wind, for example. The fabric should still be able to move freely with your movements, however, so it is important that you fasten your kilt pin to the apron only. The pin should be attahced to the lower right side of the apron approximately 4 inches from the bottom of the kilt and 2 inches in from the fringed edge.


About Wallis Hunter Jewellery

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Having started out as a one-off jewellery maker in Leeds in 1973, Mike Hurst, with his wife Trish, moved to the little fishing village of Carradale in Argyll, and developed a very successful jewellery production unit - Wallis Hunter Jewellery. For years they have been using state of the art methods to produce gold and silver jewellery which they send all over the country.

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£130.00
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Dimensions 10 cm x 4 cm
Material Silver
Emblem Sword
  • Traditional Scottish Jewellery
  • Pure Silver
  • Hand finished and assembled
  • Pin and Roller Catch

Inspired by the Highland two-handed sword this is a formidable yet elegant pin. Its hilt is delicately etched to give the look of a leather wrap around while the guard points and pommel feature an intricate circular pattern.

This subtle yet elegant kilt pin is handcrafted in the West Coast of Scotland in pure silver with a pin and roller catch for easy-fastening.

How To Wear It:

Your kilt pin is used to weigh down the outer most layer of your kilt - the apron - to prevent it from catching in the wind, for example. The fabric should still be able to move freely with your movements, however, so it is important that you fasten your kilt pin to the apron only. The pin should be attahced to the lower right side of the apron approximately 4 inches from the bottom of the kilt and 2 inches in from the fringed edge.


About Wallis Hunter Jewellery

Wallis Hunter Jewellery logo

Having started out as a one-off jewellery maker in Leeds in 1973, Mike Hurst, with his wife Trish, moved to the little fishing village of Carradale in Argyll, and developed a very successful jewellery production unit - Wallis Hunter Jewellery. For years they have been using state of the art methods to produce gold and silver jewellery which they send all over the country.

View all Wallis Hunter Jewellery products (7)

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