Vintage 1920’s Otter Fur Leather Day Sporran
Circa 1920’s Otter fur sporran with leather flap and two braided wood and leather tassels. Some minor fur loss under the flap due to it’s age. Please see the photo. In great vintage patina. Made by classic Highland wear and sporran maker R W Forsyth – Glasgow
Size. 20cm x 16cm = 8″ x 6 1/2″
No original sporran strap included, so we will supply a new strap
Vintage Robert Allison Scottish 1947 Silver Glasgow Iona Cross Caddy Spoon
1947 Robert Allison Scottish Silver Glasgow Iona Cross Caddy Spoon
Robert Allison tea caddy spoon in a classic Alexander Ritchie Iona style with hammered back to the spoon bowl. Celtic cross handle.
Hallmark. Glasgow 1947 – Robert Allison
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Vintage Scottish 1890-1900 Antique Hair Sporran With Stags Head Crest
1890-1900 Antique Hair Sporran With Stags Head Crest
Antique hair sporran with thistle edge cantle and stags head crest on the leather insert. The stags head may relate to a clan like the Fraser clan badge ( re Outlander ), Hutchison Family, Colquhoun Clan, Davidson Clan, Clan Rollo and others.
Ivory horsehair body with two black horsehair tassels with plated bells. Some minor hair loss as you expect with a true antique Victorian sporran. Some minor wear to the back purse flap. Still in great wearable condition.
Size. Approx 38cm x 18cm – 14.5″ x 8″
No strap supplied with the sporran
WW2 Black Watch Officers Leather Day Sporran
1940’s WW2 Black Watch Officers Leather Day Sporran
Circa 1940’s WW2 Black Watch officers leather day sporran made by Wm Anderson & Sons, Edinburgh and Glasgow
Please see the photo. In great vintage patina. With later replacement badge.
No original sporran strap included
The regiment was created as part of the Childers Reforms in 1881, when the 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot (The Black Watch) was amalgamated with the 73rd (Perthshire) Regiment of Foot to form two battalions of the newly named Black Watch (Royal Highlanders).