19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran

19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran

19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran – A classic goat hair Scottish dress sporran with Prince Charlie style thistle cantle and thistle badge. The back is in tooled black leather.

The no tassel sporran style was popular in the 1860’s and was as shown in many of the paintings in Queen Victoria’s Highlanders of Scotland by Kenneth MacLeay. In fact although the badge is different the main design is a s worn by John Chisholm in one of the MacLeay watercolours.

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We also offer a complete design and make service for sporrans and if you have a sporran you would like made as a special design please contact us.

A Sporran is a pouch (Scottish Gaelic for ‘purse’). Now a decorative part of Highland dress, it was originally an everyday  practical item. Made of leather or fur, it usually has more or less elaborate silver or other ornamentation, especially on the clasp or hanger. It is worn on a chain or belt around the waist, allowing the sporran to lie below the waist of the person wearing a kilt.

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19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran
As a s worn by John Chisholm on the left in one of the MacLeay watercolours for Queen Victoria's Highlanders of Scotland.

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