Hunterston Plaid Brooch

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The Hunterston Brooch is a highly important Celtic brooch of "pseudo-penannular" type found near Hunterston, North Ayrshire, Scotland, in either, according to one account, 1826 by two men from West Kilbride, who were digging drains at the foot of Goldenberry Hill, or in 1830.It is now in the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. Made within a few decades of 700 AD.
This Brooch is made in Scotland in pewter. Makes a stunning and classic addition to any plaid, sash or jacket.
Approx 2.75" (7cm) x 2.75" (7cm). 'Pin' Length = 3.5" (8.8cm)

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 19 March, 2019.

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