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Our Autumn 2020 range of kilt pins, just in time for Hallowe’en, celebrates the wonderful and unique Scottish art found on seventeenth century tombs. From the early 1600s Scots would increasingly have carved icons added to their tombstones, to convey certain messages about either themselves or the need to live a good life.
Here we have Another symbol of the departed soul – the earthy journey is over and the journey of the afterlife begins. Found on many tombstones throughout Scotland.
Premium quality clutch pin. 100% lead-free pewter, completely designed, cast and finished in our Glasgow workshop. Size 10mm long, 35mm wide.