Pewter A.E. Williams  William Wallace Sword Kilt Pin
Pewter A.E. Williams  William Wallace Sword Kilt PinPewter A.E. Williams  William Wallace Sword Kilt PinPewter A.E. Williams  William Wallace Sword Kilt Pin
$24.50
Up for your consideration is a stunning William Wallace Sword Inspired Kilt Pin.  Weighs 30g
98 x 38mm (height x width).

This kilt pin features a miniature representation of the William Wallace Sword making it a beautiful addition to any kilt.  Handmade in fine English Pewter.  The plated brass pin on the back is strong enough to support the heavy kilt material found on traditional Highland dress.  It makes a great item for a true Scot.

Folklore suggests usage began in the Victorian era, and provides one with a delightful anecdote on its origins. During a visit to Balmoral Castle, Queen Victoria inspected the famed Douglas Highlanders, a regiment noted for its bravery. The wind blew fierce and one young soldier encountered great difficulty holding his position. Kilts are frequently worn without undergarments and the queen noticed the soldier's struggle to appear modest and yet stand still. Taking a brooch from her own clothing, she kindly pinned the soldier's kilt.