Art Pewter Ireland Kilt Pin
Art Pewter Ltd. made this Rhodium Plated Pewter Kilt Pin in Scotland. Scottish craftsmen cast it in solid pewter, rhodium plate it, and hand polish it for a shiny finish. Measures 3 5/8″ long.
- Made in Scotland by Art Pewter Ltd.
- Measures 3 5/8″ long
- Cast in Solid Pewter
- Rhodium Plated
- Hand Polished Shiny Finish
The Crest in Detail
This kilt pin features the official symbol of Ireland, the Irish harp. The crest of this Ireland kilt pin features a harp that has a soundbox in the shape of a woman’s torso and head, and it reads “Ireland”. The Irish harp represents Irish resistance against England. The last High King of Ireland in 1014, Brian Boru, allegedly played the harp. Because of this, Minnesota’s Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band adopted the Irish harp as their symbol.