Carrick Crown and Saltire Brooch
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Brand new for 2020, this traditionally inspired crown and saltire brooch is available with imitation emerald, ruby and sapphire stones.
Designed to be worn as either a brooch or a kilt pin.
A story goes that before King Oengus II led a Scottish and Pictish army to victory over the English in 832AD, a white cross was seen in the sky, and was taken as evidence of the intervention of Andrew in the Scottish triumph. This is said to be the origin of the Scottish Flag (the saltire) and Andrew being the kingdom's patron saint.
Cast in solid pewter and plated with polished silver. Completely designed, cast and finished in Glasgow, by our highly trained craftsmen.
Measures 62mm by 45mm.