Silver Kilt Pins
The kilt pin is one of the accessories that makes a clear statement about who you are as it clearly defines your Scottish pride. Sterling silver is the ultimate testimonial.
The kilt pin is a piece of jewellery that is usually worn on the lower corner of the outer apron of a kilt. Its function is to prevent the apron falling or blowing open, by adding weight to the outer apron. It does not pin the outer apron to the inner fabric.It is common for kilt pins to be decorative with a celtic or thistle design however the most common desgin is usually a sword. Silver is a metallic chemical element with an atomic number of 47 and the symbol Ag. The “Ag,” incidentally, is from the Latin word argentum. This is probably one of the more well known chemical elements, since some people own jewellery or utensils made with it, and a number of cultures have traditional beliefs and myths about this metal. Silver also has industrial uses in addition to ornamental ones, and it is heavily mined around the world to meet global demand.
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