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    Kilt Pins | 75mm

    £5.00 (inc. VAT)
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    Traditional fastening for kilts and tartan skirts. Popular with crafters for making decorative brooches from beads and jewellery accessories. Brass, 75mm/3in. 2 pieces.

     

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