Product DescriptionMade from pewter in Glasgow, Scotland, this thistle cap badge is a great way to show off the national flower of Scotland.
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- Great product Dennis
Price Value QualityExcellent quality item. Very glad that I bought it and recommend it to others. (Posted on 6/22/2021)
- VERY NICE PIN OF QUALITY I HAVE LEARNED TO EXPECT FROM USA KILTS Roger Ford
Quality Price ValueThe cap pin is the usually fine quality that I have learned to expect to receive from USA Kilts. Evan though this item was was placed in the mail the same day as ordered,delivery from Pennsylvania is pathetic. It took over almost 3 weeks to get the item to my home in Indiana. USA kilt has been great The postal service in PA leaves a great deal to be desired..
(Posted on 5/10/2021)
- Great universal cap badges Tartan Martin
Quality Price ValueThese are good quality, universal cap badges. They look great and anyone can feel good wearing one- even if they do not have a particular clan affiliation. (Posted on 7/27/2020)
- Well pleased Rob
Price Value QualityIt is well made and it is the perfect size for my Glengarry cap! I definitely recommend it! (Posted on 7/15/2019)
- Got more than i paid for RamseyX
Price Value QualityThis is what I wanted , the price was right, the quality was great, and the shipping was on time (Posted on 9/18/2017)
- High-Quality Product Baby Piper
Price Value QualityThis cap badge is exactly as pictured, and heavier, stronger that you would expect. More than worth the money!! (Posted on 5/22/2017)
- identical to picture cap badge
Quality Price Valuesturdy (Posted on 10/14/2014)
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- 100% pewter
- Made in Scotland
- Measures 1.8" x 2.3"
Why is the thistle the "Flower of Scotland"?
According to a legend, an invading Norse army was attempting to sneak up at night upon a Scottish army's encampment. During this operation one barefoot Norseman had the misfortune to step upon a thistle, causing him to cry out in pain, thus alerting Scots to the presence of the Norse invaders. Some sources suggest the specific occasion was the Battle of Largs, which marked the beginning of the departure of King Haakon IV (Haakon the Elder) of Norway who, having control of the Northern Isles and Hebrides, had harried the coast of the Kingdom of Scotland for some years.
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