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• Chrome Metal Celtic Cantle Top
Fur Tassels with Metal Bells
• Opens from Back
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SCOTTISH FLAG DRESS SPORRAN image of Scottish Flag Dress Sporran 203283NW203283
The strongly traditional Scots held onto their Clan identity and dress and carried the sporran into the early modern era as everyday dress cultivating a staple of Scottish cultural heritage. This Sporran carries the Scottish Flag, or Saltire in its design. Fashioned in faux fur of white and blue this Sporran includes three white tassels with chrome bells and chain. The chrome cantle is embossed with celtic knotwork and three large button bells and opens from the back. The back is of man-made synthetic pebble finish leather has an integrated belt loop. Elegant and functional in design this sporran comes complete with chain belt and D loop for fitting adjustments up to 45 inches. The Sporran has an integrated belt loop on its back. A dress Sporran is intended for formal and ceremonial events.


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Length: 8 1/2"L x 2 1/4"W x 9 1/4"H
Latch: Chrome Cantle Back Open
Material: White & Blue Faux Fur
Tassel: 3 Faux Fur w/ Chain & Bells

Belt: Leather, Steel Chain & Fittings
Belt Size: Fits up to 45"

Weight: 13.9 oz

Specs may vary slightly from piece to piece.

The 'working sporran' was usually very basic - a large circle of leather with holes punched around the periphery and then drawn together with a thin leather thong and attached to the belt. For dressier occasions- usually the prerogative of the financially better-off - the sporran was much more ornate and hung at the front, either on the waist belt or on its own sporran belt.
Dress sporrans can be larger than the day variety, and are often highly ornate. When driving a car, dancing, playing drums, or engaging in any activity where a heavy pouch might encumber the wearer, the sporran can be turned around the waist to let it hang on the hip in a more casual position.

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