Mink & Silver Sporran


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Material: Mink, Leather & .925 Sterling Silver – Hallmarked at Edinburgh Assay Office

Weight0.5 kg
Dimensions19 × 7 × 25 cm

Available on the lower section of the cantle.


This item comes gift wrapped in our bespoke H&S packaging.

Sporran, Sterling Silver Cantle with Mink

Mink Sporran complete with Sterling Silver Cantle. Each element that is Sterling Silver holds the official Hayward & Stott Hallmark.

Our Sporrans are the star of our new Thistle Collection. We offer three different furs; Musquash, Mink and Wild Rabbit. All our animal products are handmade to order by local craftspeople in the UK. So, if you have an alternative fur in mind, please get in touch.

In addition to our feature Sporrans the Thistle Collection includes essential highland dress accessories. Match your sporran with our Leather and Sterling Silver Thistle Belt, Thistle Kilt Pin, Thistle Lapel Pin and Sgian Dubh.

Inspiration behind our design:

The Thistle Collection was launched in 2019, it features sterling silver Highland dress along with whisky and drinks accessories. We aspired to create a range that celebrates all that it means to be Scottish today, embracing our heritage and showcasing refined and elegant design.

After Care:

Need help maintaining your silver? We’ve put together some tips in our After Care.


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