Pewter Thistle Clan Crest Sgian Dubh
Beautiful Sgian Dubh featuring the Clan Crest of your choice, hand crafted in Scotland to the highest standard. The stone is multi facet cut and gold foil backed and the traditional 4-piece Metalwork is cast in lead-free pewter and plated in palladium. Stainless Steel Blade. Choose from over 250 Clan Crests, all of which are the latest representations approved by the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, or generic (Lion, Thistle, St. Andrews, Piper or Masonic crests). Available in a choice of 6 stone colors. The Sgian Dubh is supplied in a highly attractive presentation box as standard.
- Handcrafted in Scotland
- Available in Over 250 Clan Crests
- Multi-Faceted Stone
- Backed with Gold Foil
- Choose from 6 Colors
- Traditional 4-Piece Metalwork
- Cast in Lead-free Pewter
- Plated in Palladium
- Stainless Steel Blade
The Scottish Thistle: The Legend and Meaning
Most people know and can easily recognize the thistle as the symbol of Scotland. Researchers believe that Scots chose the thistle as their first national flower.
Legend has it that a field of thistles saved a party of sleeping Scots warriors from an ambush by Norse invaders. When one of the Norse attackers trod on a thistle field with his bare feet, his cries and screams roused the Scots. The ambush became ineffective, and the Scots defeated the invaders. The Scots’ victory was all thanks to the thistle’s thorns! They then adopted the thistle as the symbol of Scotland. It represents the bravery, devotion, durability, strength, and determination of the Celtic people.
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