This striking kilt belt buckle features an Irish Claddagh design of two hands clasping a heart surmounted by a crown. The surround is decorated with a scrolling design of stylised shamrocks.
The Gaelic Claddagh design is made up three distinct elements, each with their own individual meaning, the heart symbolises love, the crown loyalty, and the hands friendship. The Claddagh symbol originated in 17th century County Galway, today the design is popular in all the Celtic nations, and with Celts the world over.
Our high quality kilt buckles are hand cast in Scotland from highly polished pewter. The buckles have a substantial heavy weight feel that you won't find with inferior versions.
Belt buckles are supplied in a black velvet pouch.