This lead free pewter buckle was designed by USA Kilts and is part of our exclusive product range. From the initial concept drawings through the clay model to the final casting, we worked closely with the artist and the pewter mill to ensure these buckles are made to the highest quality standards.
This hearty buckle measures 3" tall by 4.5" wide and features traditional Irish Harp designs, with a trinity knot between them. The buckle is adorned with a Celtic knotwork border and 4 shamrocks at the corners. Perfect for your Irish kilt outfit, this buckle is the highest quality we are able to produce, for a reasonable price.
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Buyers GuideThe kilt belt is a “different animal” from a regular jeans belt. To attach a kilt belt, start with the end of the belt without the metal ‘D’. Slide the tapered end of the belt through the backside of the buckle with the corresponding metal bridge. Double the belt back on itself and attach the Velcro (or small strap and roller buckle) to itself. Now, the “hook end” of the buckle will be able to attach to the ‘D’ end of the belt. Adjust the kilt belt’s size by doubling the belt back on itself more or less until you get it to the proper size.
- Made in Scotland
- 100% Pewter
- Measures 4.5" wide X 3" high
When a kilt belt is worn is a personal preference to a degree, but there are certain situations where it is “less appropriate”. One such situation is when wearing a dress sporran. When the dress sporran is worn, you do not typically wear a kilt belt. When you wear a waistcoat (i.e. vest) with a Semi Dress sporran, you can wear a kilt belt, or you can go without. Rocky personally wears a kilt belt for all occasions, except where a dress sporran is required.
The historical Irish harp is the national symbol of Ireland and, as such, appears in stylized forms in the Coat of arms of Ireland, the flag of the President of Ireland as well as Irish Euro coins and official documents. It also appears on the Royal Standard of the United Kingdom, representing Ireland. An image of a harp was registered as the Guinness trademark in 1862.
We try to keep this buckle in stock at all times. In the rare instance that it is out of stock when you place your order, we will let you know within 24 hours.
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