Product DescriptionWhat better way to show off your Irish pride on your kilt than with a harp kilt pin? This pewter kilt pin is made in Glasgow, Scotland. It would make a great gift for any Irish kilt wearer.
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- Great Kilt Pin Ryan
Value Quality PriceGreat quality kilt pin. Has a good weight and matches the buckle that my wife bought me. Super happy! (Posted on 3/10/2017)
- cleltic kilt pin Mike
Price Value QualityExactly the pin I was looking for and your company was the only one i found to have it. (Posted on 5/5/2016)
- All around great kilt pin Tommy
Price Value QualityThis kilt pin looks great. Under close inspection, you'll find imperfections from the casting process, which makes it look perfect to me. It is well weighted to prevent a surprise breeze from blowing the apron around. The clasp is a common and simple affair which is easily manipulated. And the video on this page is a good idea for not losing your kilt pin. (Posted on 2/25/2016)
- NICE SIZE AND WIEGHT LOGUE
Price Value QualityVERY PLEASED (Posted on 8/27/2015)
- Beautiful Craftsmanship Kathleen
Price Value QualityI bought this as a gift for my father.... an avid piper. He loves it. Beautiful Craftsmanship. Thank you! (Posted on 4/11/2015)
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Buyers GuideThe Kilt pin is worn on the lower right corner of the kilt’s apron (above the wearer’s right knee). Typically, the pin is positioned about 5” up from the bottom of the kilt (the bottom of the pin is 5” up) and about 2” in from the right edge of the front apron. Please note that it does NOT pin multiple layers of cloth together… it only goes through the front apron.
- 100% Pewter
- Made in Scotland
- Measures 3.6" long by 1.25" wide
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.
If you don’t want to lose your kilt pin, try this… carefully poke the pin through the front apron of your kilt. With the pin sticking out the underside, stab the pin through a rubber band (usually a wide rubber band is easier). You can trim the rubber band so that you only use a little square. Then, poke the pin through the front apron again and close the clasp. If the clasp comes undone, the kilt pin will be held by the rubber band and won’t fall off.
We try to keep this kilt pin 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.