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SCOTTISH REGALIA:
sporran

Saltire Dress Sporran
scottish regalia gift set

Gift set
scotkilt.jpg - 0 Bytes All our kilts are hand made in Scotland
from the finest of kilt makers


Choose from a traditional highland outfit, as pictured above
Or choose a casual outfit, which would include
semi dress sporran, belt & buckle,
knee hose, kilt pin and Ghillie shirt,
or even a rugby shirt!

We are able to trace back your family name
to find any connections you have with a clan,
and then we can make your kilt in your
associated clan.
CASUAL CLOTHING:
We stock a range of casual clothing including:
Scottish rugby shirts, hooded Scottish sweatshirts, ladies Scotland zip-ups,
Scotland t-shirts and baseball caps.
CHILDRENS CLOTHING:
Kilt skirts, blouses, velvet waistcoats, hooded sweatshirts, rugby shirts
t-shirts, aran jumpers, bibs and bootees.
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SCOTTISH JEWELLERY & GIFTS:
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Art Pewter jewellery
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Sherwood Crystal Jewellery
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Heathergem Jewellery
Quaich is a Scots rendering of the Gaelic word
"cuach" meaning cup
Quaich's were traditionally used for drinking whisky or brandy out of,
but now are used as a friendship cup given to welcome visitors
or bid them farewell.
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compass.jpg - 0 Bytes Grants of Dalvey

Is a family owned business based in the
highlands of Scotland creating a wonderful
range of gifts for men and women.
From classic compasses to pocket watches their quality
is second to none.
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For further information or details of any of our extensive product range
please send an e-mail

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Overseas postal service available
Major credit cards accepted
Telephone/Fax: (0044) 01292 269154

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