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Circle Celtic Knot Deer Antler Kilt Pin Handmade Cap Badge Tie Tack

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Is the idea of a plain kilt pin unappealing? Do you want an unusual cap badge? This deer antler pin with Celtic knotwork may be just what you're looking for. The organic beauty of this pin will make a great addition to any piece of Scottish clothing.

The main portion of this pin is made from genuine deer antler. It is from the bottom of the antler, which is called the burr or crown. This portion is used because of the beautiful growths along the outside that give each antler an individual look. This piece varies in color from a creamy ivory to deep chocolate brown.

In the center of the badge is a simple circular Celtic knot. This is a piece of metal inlayed in the antler. The color is a wonderful antiqued brass, which coordinates with the shades of brown of the antler. The knotwork piece measures 7/8 inch or 22.225 mm. It is adhered to the antler with a very strong epoxy.

This pin measures 1.625 inches (41.275 mm) Tall by 1.375 inches (34.925 mm) Wide.

On the back there are two tie tack style pins to attach the pin to your chosen clothing item.

There is some heft to this pin, but no more than that of the cast metal clan badges that you find to put on your tam. This means it works great to keep that kilt down.

Your pin will be sent via USPS First Class Parcel with delivery conformation.

Thank you for looking.

Materials Used

Deer Antler Crown, 7/8" Antique Brass Button, Tie Tack Pins, Epoxy

More Info

Do not worry. No deer were harmed in the procurement of the deer antler crowns. They are from sheds (naturally cast off by the animal every year).

This means that they are found after the deer has dropped or cast their antlers. The shedding season can vary greatly from one geographic area to the next but it usually occurs between mid December and early April.

Product Attributes

Color: Brass

Shipping

United States
First Item: $2.50
Additional Items: $0.75

Policies

Shipping:
Currently we ship our items via USPS. Completed items will be placed in the mail within 2 business days of receipt of payment. Depending on the item it will either go out Priority Mail or First Class mail. We also include tracking information or certified mail in order to ensure your item gets to you.

We try to be as accurate as possible with shipping prices. If the charge exceeds more than $2.00 the cost of shipping (packaging, shipping and tracking information), we will refund the overage.

We ship items Monday - Friday.

Celtique Creations welcomes international purchases. If you would like to purchase an item and are outside the US, please contact us and we'd be happy to give a shipping estimate.

International customers will be responsible for any taxes, tariffs or VAT that their country may charge. Items will also not be marked as gifts.

Returns:
If you should find anything wrong with a product, contact us within 30 days of purchase and we will do everything in our power to rectify the problem. This excludes items that are shrunk due to improper washing.

Care Of Your Embroidery:
We always suggest that you wash your embroidery on Cold and dry Cool. This is to ensure that the item does not shrink. If an item were to shrink, the embroidery does not. This leads to puckering and distortion of the embroidery and item.

If you have purchased a tie-dye shirt we also suggest that you wash it alone or with items that are not your work clothes or favorite t-shirts for the first few washes. This is in case the dye is not set. If it is not, it may ruin other items in the wash with it.

Care Of Your Sporran:
Your sporran is made from leather, a natural product, and will dry out over time. This is a natural process and should be expected. We try to use the best materials available in our products, but the rate at which this occurs is determined by the type of leather in the sporran and the tanning processes used by our suppliers.

If you feel the need to clean dirt from your sporran, please do so with a slightly moistened cloth and a very mild cleaner if necessary. Let it dry thoroughly before use.

If you need to treat the leather, please use a mild conditioner/preservative, such as Lexol and carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to buff off any excess and let the sporran dry thoroughly before use. Never use an oil, such as Neatsfoot Oil, as this will permeate the leather and may transfer to clothing that touches the sporran.

Always try any conditioner in an inconspicuous spot before applying to the entire sporran. Conditioners may darken the leather, especially if it is of a lighter hue.

NOTE: On our embroidered sporrans, keep all conditioners away from the stitching! They may permanently alter the colors, and, depending on the composition of the conditioner, harm the threads.

It is also natural for the laces of a Rob Roy-style sporran to wear out over time, just like shoelaces. A good source for replacement is a leather supply house, such as Tandy Leather. Leather shoelaces may also be substituted.

Special Orders:
Special Order purchases are final. Please be sure when ordering that you are purchasing items in the right size and that wording is correct. If you are sending us an item that you have purchased elsewhere (i.e. denim jacket, leather chaps, etc.) you are agreeing that Celtique Creations is not responsible for machinery malfunctions and subsequent damage of items.

Custom Embroidery:
We are very happy to put your artwork on an item. Pricing on custom work varies due to what we are embroidering on, how many stitches are in the design and how long it takes to finish the item. Currently the artwork set up fee is a onetime $45.





What people are saying about this product…

Guest Shopper says:
It's beautiful work, but I was wondering if anyone knew the significance of this particular knot.
8/16/2013
celtique_creations says:
I do not believe this knot has any meaning.

There are thousands of Celtic knots out there and only a handful have a specific meaning. In general, because you can continually trace a knot over and over again, they are said to represent the circle of life or infinity.

Thank you for looking.
8/16/2013
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