Kilt Pin Design Scotland Silver Kiltpins
Classic and Contemporary Designs

Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art, award-winning jewellery designer Brenda Temple has established herself as one of the most innovative around, earning many commissions from those who cherish quality.

Her reputation for stylish originality was recognised in 1988 when she was commissioned to make an 18-carat gold brooch for the Queen.

In her native Scotland, she is renowned for the unusual and quirky kilt pins she produces for customers tired of the 'same old thing' - and brooches for men - as well as creations in gold and silver for every occasion.

BrendaSome clients, and collectors of her work, travel from far and wide when her latest designs are unveiled in occasional private shows at her studio in the conservation village of Kilbarchan.

As well as one-of items, Brenda has a permanent collection which, while deeply rooted in strong Scottish traditions, is refreshingly different.

The kilt pins featured here are produced in very limited editions. Fresh designs are added from time to time, so do re-visit to see what’s new.

There is a Fine Old Classics gallery too where Brenda shows beautifully-made antique and vintage Scottish kilt pins from the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, which she has personally selected for their high-quality craftsmanship. Again, the selection changes on a regular basis.


contemporary and classic designs
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