Scotland Lion Pin
Scotland Lion Pin
Scotland Lion Pin
Scotland Lion Pin
Scotland Lion Pin
Scotland Lion Pin
Scotland Lion Pin
Scotland Lion Pin
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Scotland Lion Pin

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Inspirational! This Pewter Rampant Lion & Thistle Pin masterfully combines two of the most recognizable symbols of Scotland.

This heirloom piece will certainly draw attention! Masterfully crafted from lead-free pewter with a highly polished Pewter, this Rampant Lion & Thistle Pin will definitely appeal to anyone with Scottish ancestry. And ladies- what a bold look for your coat collar!

PEWTER - Solid Lead-free 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!

What is the Royal Lion of Scotland?

Although the national flag of Scotland is the blue and white Saltire, the Scottish people also have a second, very different, flag which is called the 'Royal Lion Rampant'.

The 'Royal' term applies because this flag historically belongs to the monarchy of Scotland. It's a more colorful and dramatic flag than the Saltire, and may be a little more memorable because of that.

The term 'lion rampant' refers to the positioning of the lion. A rampant lion is shown in profile standing upright on hind legs with forelegs raised and claws unsheathed, as if to strike.

The fierce and battle-strewn history of Scotland makes this lion the perfect symbol of Scottish pride!