Dunfallandy Knot Brooch
A lovely pewter brooch, a perfect gift for any lady. Intricate detail and knotwork makes this brooch look perfect with most formal attire.
At Dunfallandy, just south of Pitlochry, you will find the Dunfallandy Stone. This Pictish cross slab was probably carved around the 9th century. On the front is a cross divided into panels of interlaced ornament and flanked by angels and beasts. On the back, framed by two serpents, are seated figures to either side of a cross, a horseman, tools and five of the enigmatic Pictish symbols. It is from these Pictish symbols that we have drawn our inspiration for this Pewter Brooch design.
- Material: Pewter
- Measurements: 6.2cm tall, 2.5cm wide
- Weight: 20g
- Manufacturer: A. E. Williams (est. 1779) Pewstersmiths