Masonic Celtic Knot Kilt Belt Buckle

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  • Display your unique identity with the Celtic knot design border and Freemason square and compass symbol and is a great gift a special Freemason
  • Cast brass kilt belt buckle with eye-catching chrome-plated finish
  • Sturdy and solid construction and compatible with any standard kilt belt (2.25 inches wide)
  • Measures 3.75 inches x 2.75 inches and is large enough to make a statement but not bulky


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Masonic Celtic Knot Kilt Belt Buckle

Display your Scottish heritage alongside with your Freemason pride all in one kilt belt buckle! The Celtic knot design border, representing eternity, is one of the most famous Celtic symbols. The square and compass are the most easily identifiable masonic symbol and are used in their rituals.

An attractive accent piece, this cast brass belt buckle is made with a shiny, eye-catching chrome-plated finish. It measures 3.75 inches by 2.75 inches and is compatible with any standard kilt belt (2.25 inches wide). Sturdy and solid in construction, it carries a solid weight and completes any kilted outfit.

About Celtic Knots and Interlacing

In the Middle Ages, Irish monks hand drew interlacing patterns within illuminated manuscripts, namely the Book of Kells. We often refer to these interlacing patterns as Celtic knots. Such knots are a single line connected, a metaphor for the soul that these monks believe has no beginning nor end. It’s basically a more complicated version of the infinity sign. The perfect way to connect to your Celtic roots!

The Square and Compasses

The square and compasses (or, more correctly, a square and a set of compasses joined together) is the single most identifiable symbol of Freemasonry. Both the square and compasses are architect’s tools and are used in Masonic ritual as emblems to teach symbolic lessons. If you are a true Mason then this is the Masonic kilt pin you need to have. If you are not a mason and you don’t plan on giving this kilt pin as a gift to a Mason, than this kilt pin might not be the right kilt pin for you.