Menu
Your Cart

Heraldic Pins

Brand: St-Kilda Model: C-FKPDRRMP
The Dragon has almost always been a symbol of the Britons, mostly known today in Wales, but also in other Brythonic parts of Britian, such as the West Country. The Dragon Rampant can be found as a heraldic supporter for many of the towns and families of Wales, as well as the flag of Somerset.Complet..
£21.00
Ex Tax:£17.50
Brand: St-Kilda Model: C-FKPUNI
The unicorn has been a symbol of Scotland since the time of Robert III in the fourteenth century, possible even as far back as the days of King William the Lion in the 1100s.In mythology, unicorns were immensely powerful and very dangerous creatures, symbols of the brute forces of nature. As majesti..
£21.00
Ex Tax:£17.50
Brand: St-Kilda Model: C-FCBLION
The Lion Rampant has been the symbol of Scottish Monarchs since at least the time of Alexander II and the 1220s. ‘Rampant’ is a heraldic term for a beast standing on its hind legs, with raised claws, poised ready to strike. It represents the courage, bravery and ferocity of the Scots. Premium qua..
£21.00
Ex Tax:£17.50
Brand: St-Kilda Model: C-CBHARP
This pin is modelled on Brian Boru's Harp, also known as the Trinity College Harp, the inspiration for the iconic symbol of Ireland and certain famous beers. The harp dates to the fourteenth or fifteenth century (long, long after Brian Boru himself, but the name stuck) and is one of three surviv..
£24.00
Ex Tax:£20.00
Brand: St-Kilda Model: C-FKPLIONA
Plain pewter badges take a couple of days to make, while the plated silver options can take about three weeks. The Lion Rampant has been the symbol of Scottish Monarchs since at least the time of Alexander II and the 1220s. ‘Rampant’ is a heraldic term for a beast standing on its hind legs, w..
£25.50
Ex Tax:£21.25
Showing 1 to 5 of 5 (1 Pages)