Don McKee Pewter Lion Plaid Brooch

Don McKee Pewter Lion Plaid Brooch

(3 customer reviews)


  • This cast pewter, rampant lion brooch is the perfect accessory to showcase your Scottish heritage while striking fear into the heart of your enemies
  • Made from authentic cast pewter by Don McKee, celebrated Celtic craftsman, for added Scottish authenticity and uniqueness
  • Measures approximately 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches, subtle enough to make an impression without being overwhelming, but solid enough to hold together a great or ancient kilt
  • The rampant lion is a Scottish symbol of strength, valor, and battle victory with its claws raised, ready to strike—it was incorporated into Great Seal of Scotland, which was impressed on all official documents

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Don McKee Pewter Lion Plaid Brooch

If you’re on the hunt for a brooch that will keep your kilt together while expressing your Scottish cultural pride, look no further than our Don McKee Pewter Lion Plaid Brooch! This elegant, cast-pewter brooch was created by master craftsman Don McKee in the USA, and this is some of his finest work. Authentic to Scottish heritage, the rampant lion, a lion on its hind legs, roaring with claws drawn, is a traditional symbol of battle-strewn Scottish history. It is a reminder of our strength, valor, and cultural pride. All of that history in such a subtle package, this brooch is just 3.5 inches by 3.5 inches.

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Weight 0.29 lbs

3 reviews for Don McKee Pewter Lion Plaid Brooch

  1. Dave (verified owner)

    This brooch is truly a work of art and couldn’t be more happy with with quality of the product as well as the service in getting it to me.

  2. Deklan Daily (verified owner)

    It’s amazing! Well made, solid. Looks great. I got some great complements.

  3. Michael

    I totally Loved this piece when it arrived. I was actually looking for something to offset the weight of all that material in the tartan fly that hangs over the shoulder. The fact that it can be worn with Scottish or Irish Tartans makes me particularly happy since I’m one of those Northern Ireland Rebels that still likes to wear a Kilt JUST so I can tell people that “I’m not Scottish” HAH !

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