Cap Badge Stag
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There are two native deer types in Scotland, the Roe Deer and the Red Deer. The Red Deer is the largest indigenous land mammal to survive in Britain and are icons of the Highlands, especially the famous Monarch of the Glen.
Premium quality hand finished pewter cap badge. Hand cast by our highly skilled craftsmen at our workshop in Glasgow, Scotland.
The cap badge is worn on the Glengarry or Balmoral bonnet on the left hand side, on top of the rossette.
Size 5cm by 6cm.