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One of the odder traditions of Scotland. In the Victorian period men would pin grouse claws to their kilts for good luck during hunting trips. Over time they became more embellished, gaining gemstones and decorative silverwork gaining widespread appeal as a fashion item. Known as a ‘ptarmigan’, they also became love tokens for lovers apart. Enjoy this tradition without resorting to animal cruelty and grizzly taxidermy with this premium quality hand finished pewter kilt pin.

Premium quality hand cast pewter kilt pin with antique silver finish. The kilt pin is worn on the front of a kilt to prevent it lifting. Cast and finished at our workshop in Glasgow, Scotland, by our highly trained craftsmen.

Size: 8.5cm long.

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Stone Color

Amethyst Purple, black, blue, green, red, Topaz orange

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