Created from real stag horn, these kilt pins are made in the UK.
Please note that due to the individual nature of each pin, the real stag horn pin you receive may look a bit different from the one pictured. Please rest assured however that these are all real stag horn.
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- Stag Horn Pin Rand
Price Value QualityAgain, another great product from USA kilts. I wanted something a little darker than was pictured so they looked through what they had and sent me exactly what I was looking for. Perfect pin for the outdoor Highland look. Love it! (Posted on 11/18/2017)
- recomended Kiltic pride
Price Value QualityI was hoping to get a unique kilt pin, besides the typical Claymore or thistle. I had some ideas and even looked at other stores. finally I decided on this piece and it looks great. good choice if you are looking to stand out in your kilt. (Posted on 10/16/2016)
- Great Kilt Pin Mike W
Price Value QualityLooks great! Awesome price. Great for your kilt gear! (Posted on 11/16/2015)
- Unique Kilt Pin That Will Set You Apart Dzhonmc
Quality Price ValueVery happy with the price and quality work put into this pin. Looks great! (Posted on 10/14/2014)
- Pretttttttyy Rob the Sparky
Price Value QualityI bought the kilt pin as a match for the 4 sgian brews I bought for my groomsmen. They rock! (Posted on 10/14/2014)
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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% Real Stag Horn (Discarded antlers... no animals were harmed to collect)
- Made in UK
- Measurements vary... 2.75" long to 4" long
Fun FactsIf 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.