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Celtic Pocket Watches Show Off Your Love of Scotland, Ireland and Wales!

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If a pocket watch adds class and old world panache to your outfit, then how much better is a Scottish pocket watch?


Show off your heritage and gentlemanly attitude with any of our fine pewter hunting case watches. Our Scottish thistle pocket watch is quite noble. Naturally we also offer equally charming options for other Celtic gentlemen including our Welsh pocket watch and Irish Shamrock pocket watch. Or keep it simple and elegant with our Celtic Knot pocket watch. Whether you're keeping things moving as the master of ceremonies or just checking the time on a train, you're sure to be noticed!


Why do men wear pocket watches?


The pocket watch was the Victorian symbol of manly control. A gentleman with a pocket watch was a man who had to plan, schedule, control and coordinate. It was a status symbol for those men just as a high-end cell phone is today.


Scottish pocket watches went one step further. A mens silver scottish pocket watch was another way to show status, membership and loyalty. Thus, the Scottish clan pocket watch was a popular accessory to be seen in the streets of Edinburgh. Meanwhile, on the Highland estates, high-ranking ghillies and other household staff used Scottish hunter pocket watch es to keep track of every aspect of daily life -- from organizing deer stalking parties to when it was time to serve the evening whisky.