Product SKU: C-BBSHLD01
A story goes that before King Oengus II led a Scottish and Pictish army to victory over the English in 832AD, a white cross was seen in the sky, and was taken as evidence of the intervention of Andrew in the Scottish triumph. This is said to be the origin of the Scottish Flag (the saltire) and Andrew being the kingdom’s patron saint. The intricate interlaced knotwork patterns found throughout the culturally Celtic parts of early medieval Britain, represented eternity and the twisting threads of fate.
Size 10cm by 7cm.
Our range of Belt Buckles are cast in Glasgow from the finest quality lead free pewter.
All buckles are designed to fit our standard kilt belts with full width fastenings.
Gaelic Themes Belt Buckles are renowned for their robust construction and unsurpassed quality.