This Irish Shamrock Kilt pin will definitely compliment your Irish kilt. This kit pin is made of fine quality chrome-plated kilt pin also with a beautiful green enameled shamrock, is sure to stand out on your kilt. This kilt pin has such great contrast and is sure to really shine, because its detailed bright emerald clover. Made in Scotland.
The name Shamrock comes from the Irish word ‘seamróg’, which means ‘little clover’. Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, is said to have used a Shamrock as a metaphor for the Christian Holy Trinity. therefor many view it as a symbol of luck. The shamrock remains a symbol of pride, hope and patriotism and that’s got to be lucky. Buy this kilt pin for your self or as a gift and spread the luck of the Irish.
Have you ever worn a kilt in a windy day? Yes, we all have and it can be quite nerving worrying about becoming the next Marilyn Monroe. Its a piece of jewelry that is worn on the lower corner of the outer apron of a kilt. The kilt pin adds weight to the outer apron, this prevent the apron blowing open and showing off too much leg. Kilt pins are also only seen as a form of decoration, therefore pick a kilt pin that represents who you are! Add this kilt pin to your collection for a bit of good luck!