Silver Celtic Brooch
Dunkeld Silver Celtic Brooch with intricate Celtic interlacing.
A Celtic brooch pin is a type of design that is typically made of silver and features Celtic open knotwork designs, and they were often used as clothing fasteners.
There are many different types of Celtic brooches, but they all share some common features.
Celtic brooches were first made in the early medieval period. They were popular in the Keltic nations. The designs were often open knotwork, symbolic, and some zoomorphic they could represent different things, such as a token of love, luck, or protection.
Named after Dunkeld which translates to the fort of the Caledonians
Handcrafted in Scotland and hallmarked at the Edinburgh Assay Office.
Today they are popular as jewellery gifts. We handcraft most in silver, but they can also be made in 9ct gold.
If you are looking for a unique and beautiful piece of Scottish jewellery, a Celtic brooch is a great option. Wear a piece of the Hebrides showing the pride of our culture.
Supplied in a stylish wooden box.