Ancient Design for Contemporary Life
This pin is made with 5mm thick solid copper with a 3mm silver pin.
Pennanular kilt pins are often called Celtic Brooches, this design was found in Scotland from around 700 to 900 AD. The penannular design is a simple and efficient way of fastening loosely woven cloth such as tartan, tweed and other woven or knitted fabric (where the pin will not leave a permanent hole).
The three dots are seen on body adornment and carvings of ancient Scots, Picts, Celts and Norse.
The dots are a cool reminder of the real meaning of wanderlust, nature, the past and adventures to come.
Stamped with the distinctive Daniel Killeen hallmark.