Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
Celtic Dog Kilt Pin
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Celtic Dog Kilt Pin

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$48.00
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This beautiful kilt pin is in the traditional design of a stylized Celtic dog with the twists and turns of a Celtic knot.

A strong pin to handle any kilt apron or tartan - also perfect for any coat, sweater or shawl.

3 3/4" x 3/4" in highly polished pewter - will not tarnish or rust.

Kilt pins are NOT just for kilts! This pin is made with an extra strong pin to handle thicker fabrics - making it the perfect pin for coats, jackets, skirts, hats or anywhere else a pin would look beautiful. It is a great pin for a ladies cape or ruana wrap!

How and why do I wear a kilt pin?

Ever since Queen Victoria reputedly used her hat pin to secure her kilted skirt modestly on a blustery day, a kilt pin has been worn with a traditional kilt. Its style is entirely a matter of your personal choice. It should be on the right hand side of the kilt, pinned through the front apron only (to prevent tearing) about 4 inches from the bottom of the kilt and 2 inches in from the fringe.

PEWTER Made of solid lead free pewter -

Pewter has been used in jewelry making for pewter does NOT RUST OR TARNISH and will last a lifetime. Pewter was used for decorative metal items in the Ancient World by the Egyptians and later the Romans, and came into extensive use in Europe during the Middle Ages - it was once considered the metal of kings because of its beauty and expense! T