This stunning Sterling Silver Scottish Cross Kilt Pin was made in the shape of a Cross, to a commission from a member of the Scottish Church youth movement to reflect their logo.
Made of thick Sterling Silver wire that had been textured and given a hammered finish this unusual Sterling Silver Scottish Cross Kilt Pin can be re-created for you in the same design, or a completely different design made for you.
Please use the Product Enquiry form below to contact me to discuss your silver Kilt Pin options - we are happy to consider any design ideas! Price Guide from £70 depending on your requirements, size, shape etc.
Your Sterling Silver Kilt Pin will be sent to you by recorded delivery from Spain and will be delivered in a padded box. We post world-wide!.
What Is Sterling Silver?
Sterling silver is an alloy created when copper is added to pure silver in order to make the resulting compound more durable and less soft. Pure silver is difficult to work with as it is so soft. Therefore copper is introduced to give the metal a bit of hardness, to allow jewellers to make complex designs in 925 Sterling Silver. Usually, sterling silver has a purity of 92.5%, meaning that 7.5% of the alloy is made of copper or another metal (usually nickel or zinc).