Scottish Stag Kilt Fly Plaid Brooch
Legend has it that it was a stag that motivated King David I of Scotland to build the now famous Holyrood Palace of Scotland. It is said that a mythical white stag once attacked the king and that his life was only spared through divine intervention. The experience prompted the king to order construction of a church to glorify God, and the stag has been a part of Scottish folklore ever since. The Scottish Stag Kilt Fly Plaid Brooch features the traditional symbol in silver alloy among a wreath made of thistles and is a stylish way to secure a fly plaid.