Irish Claddagh Kilt Belt Buckle

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  • The Irish Claddagh Kilt Belt Buckle is full of meaning–two hands (friendship) hold a heart (love), topped by a crown (loyalty)
  • Measures approximately 4 inches x 3 inches with good, solid construction and compatible with any standard kilt belt (2.25 inches wide)
  • Made in Scotland this cast brass belt buckle with antiqued silver finish for practicality and style
  • The Celtic knot design represents eternity–celebrate unbroken continuity with your Irish heritage

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Kilt belt buckles are not only meant for function. They are decoration and should reflect your identity. Either as a gift or for yourself, decorate a kilt belt with the meaningful Irish Claddagh symbol representing love (heart), friendship (hands), and loyalty (crown). Made in Scotland, it is also bordered with a beautiful Celtic knot design. 

This cast brass belt buckle is made with a real, vintage-looking antiqued silver finish. It measures approximately 4 inches x 3 inches and is compatible with any standard kilt belt (2.25 inches wide). This is truly a beautiful and meaningful accessory for any kilted outfit.

  • The Irish Claddagh Kilt Belt Buckle is full of meaning–two hands (friendship) hold a heart (love), topped by a crown (loyalty)
  • Measures approximately 4 inches x 3 inches with good, solid construction and compatible with any standard kilt belt (2.25 inches wide)
  • Made in Scotland this cast brass belt buckle with antiqued silver finish for practicality and style
  • The Celtic knot design represents eternity–celebrate unbroken continuity with your Irish heritage
Weight 0.26 lbs

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    Nancy

    Catalog buying can be difficult. We were very very pleased everything was much better than we thought. solid, good weight, you know you have it on. We chose the claddagh because it’s also our wedding rings

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