Lion Rampant Kilt Pin
First used in the 1600s to honor William I, known to his people as William the Lion, the Lion Rampant has become the unofficial symbol of Scotland. Instantly recognizable by those who are familiar with Celtic heraldry, that symbol is brought to life in a beautiful way in the design of the Lion Rampant Kilt Pin. This kilt pin features the lion over top of a sword in keeping with the classic tradition of crafting pins for securing the aprons on kilts. Produced out of a chrome silver alloy, the pin is sleek, shiny and highly resistant to tarnishing.