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Celebrate the life of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, and bring a bit of tradition to your Burns Supper. We've highlighted a few items that we hope will help complete your Burns Supper outfit which, along with a wee nip of Scotch, will go a long way to keeping you warm in your kilt in January.

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  1. Hidden Cross Thistle Brooch

    Painstakingly crafted miniature thistles outline an open St. Andrew's cross on this charming lady's brooch. Hand made in America. Learn More
  2. Double Luckenbooth Brooch

    Delicate Celtic knotwork and Scottish thistles surround two Luckenbooth hearts – the Scottish symbol of devotion. Learn More
  3. Luckenbooth Pin

    Delicately crafted in fine pewter, you'll love this richly detailed “Luckenbooth” heart and crown – the Scottish symbol of devotion. Learn More
  4. Formal Button Cuff Links

    High-polish metal cuff links perfectly match the buttons on our Prince Charlie and Argyll jackets. Learn More
  5. Saltire Cuff Links

    Dress up and show your Scottish pride with these enamel-on-metal cuff links. Bright blue and white Saltire (the Scottish flag and cross of St. Andrew) really stands out. Learn More
  6. X Knotwork Quaich

    Celtic brides and grooms share their first wedding toast from the quaich; the traditional Scottish "cup of welcome." Ours includes a beautiful eternal knot design in the bowl and on the handles (lugs). Makes a wonderful gift! Learn More
  7. Circular Knot Work Quaich

    The Quaich is the traditional Celtic "cup of welcome" and a beloved part of Scottish wedding ceremonies. Share good cheer anytime and enjoy the lush silver and detailed knotwork as you sip. Learn More
  8. Plain Quaich

    Offer your favorite whisky in the traditional Scottish "cup of welcome." One handle (lug) for you, and one for your guest to take. Celtic brides and grooms share their first wedding toast from the quaich. Makes a wonderful gift! Learn More
  9. Glencairn Glass

    The only official tasting glass of Scottish whisky tasters. Designed to enhance aromatics and bring out subtle flavors. Made in Scotland. Learn More
  10. Celtic Cross Flask

    Deeply-etched pewter flask bears the Celtic Cross rendered in intricate knotwork. Easy-fill funnel included. Learn More
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