The Sporran

The Sporran

The Scottish sporran has been part of the male Highland dress since the 12th century. Its name derives from the Gaelic ‘sporan’ which means ‘wallet’ or ‘purse’. Nowadays, sporrans are typically made of leather or fur with the ornamentation chosen to complement the...
The Luckenbooth Brooch

The Luckenbooth Brooch

The Luckenbooth Brooch is an enduring Scottish symbol of love, friendship and good luck, strongly associated with Edinburgh. Traditionally made of silver and sometimes set with a Cairngorm or gemstones, the Luckenbooth design is typically heart-shaped, or two hearts...
A spotlight on the Quaich

A spotlight on the Quaich

At Hayward and Stott, we pride ourselves on our premium sterling silver Quaichs, and we are delighted to share our Silver Thistle Quaich as part of our Thistle Collection, designed by Glasgow School of Art graduate Hamish Dobbie. The collection celebrates our Scottish...
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