Celtic Swirl Antiqued Kilt Belt Buckle Buckle
Celtic Swirl Antiqued Kilt Belt Buckle Buckle Celtic Swirl Antiqued Kilt Belt Buckle Buckle

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(3 customer reviews)

$25.00

  • Solid brass buckle
  • Antiqued chrome plated finish
  • Fit all standard kilt belts
  • Measures Approx. 3.75″ X 2.75″

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Celtic Swirl Antiqued Kilt Belt Buckle

This Celtic Swirl Antiqued Kilt Belt Buckle features a Celtic Swirl design. Craftsmen cast this buckle in solid brass and give it an antiqued chrome plated finish. Designed to fit all standard kilt belts (2.25″ wide). Measures approximately 3.75 X 2.75.

  • Solid brass buckle
  • Antiqued chrome plated finish
  • Fits all standard kilt belts
  • Measures Approx. 3.75″ X 2.75″

About Celtic Knots and Interlacing

In the Middle Ages, Irish monks hand drew interlacing patterns within illuminated manuscripts, namely the Book of Kells. This knot is a single line connected, a metaphor for the soul that these monks believe has no beginning nor end. It’s basically a more complicated version of the infinity sign. The perfect way to connect to your Celtic roots!

Additional information

Weight 0.24 lbs

3 reviews for Celtic Swirl Antiqued Kilt Belt Buckle

  1. Marc

    The picture didn’t really do it justice. Very nice buckle and much cheaper than what I could find here at home.

  2. Heather

    A very nice looking buckle!

  3. Hanna

    This is a very handsome buckle; the finish is decent, with good crisp lines and just enough antiquing to bring out the pattern. It seems sturdy, and it’s definitely light enough to wear all day or dancing without any problem at all.

    It is thinner and lighter than I expected (about 3/16″ thick) and the bar and hook on the back are welded on, not cast as one piece. The bar has some sharp corners on the edges facing the buckle– it won’t do anything to you or your kilt, but it will bite into your belt a bit.

    The finish overall is a nice satin, but the area where the hook was welded in place doesn’t quite match on the buckle I got– the polishing marks go a different direction (untidy, at an angle) instead of straight horizontally across the face of the buckle as the do on the rest of the surface. It’s a pretty superficial thing that could probably be corrected with 5 minutes and a Scotch-Brite pad, but I thought I should note it.

    Over all, it’s a decent, reasonably good-looking buckle for an affordable price, and I would buy one again if it comes up.

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