Sale! Celtic Dress and Kilt Buckles

High-quality buckles, made in Britain

These have a look of quality, and Celtic men sure like them! (Women are allowed to wear them, too.) These are designed for use with a detachable belt.

Please check the size of each piece carefully against a ruler before ordering. We give measurements of all jewelry pieces on this site so that you will know their size in advance; this will save disappointment, returning pieces, etc.

 

Pewter Men's Dress Buckles

These take a belt up to 1 5/8" wide. Snap-around belts to fit these buckles are available from belt sources; we regret that we do not sell belts.

 

Celtic cross pewter buckle

BU1: Square cross buckle, curved top. This is decorated with a series of Celtic knots with black highlighting. Pewter, 2 3/4" overall, takes a belt 1 5/8" wide. The back piece for belt attachment is the same as for the BU4 below. Made by St. Justin.
Was
$36. Sale price $29

 

 

 

 

Celtic knot pewter buckle

oc318231.jpg (16188 bytes)oc318241.jpg (16506 bytes)BU4: Celtic knot buckle (the maker calls it the "Lugh's knot" buckle). This design is composed of intertwined Celtic knots in a bold cutout design. Curved top. Pewter, 2 3/4" across, takes a belt 1 5/8" wide. Made by St. Justin. Was $36. Sale price $29.

We show both front and back views of this buckle.

 

 

 

Welsh dragon pewter buckle

no315011.jpg (21615 bytes)no315031.jpg (15502 bytes)BU5. Dragon buckle. This dramatic heavy-weight buckle displays a nice raised dragon with a bold Celtic interlace around it. The buckle is not flat, but is domed, with antiquing in the design. Size: 3 1/4" x 2 1/8", takes a belt up to 1 5/8" wide.   Pewter. Made by St. Justin. Was $37. Sale price $30

 

 

 

 

Celtic interlace pewter buckle

oc90409s.gif (16516 bytes)BU8. Celtic interlace buckle. A fine example of ancient Celtic interweaving. 3 3/4" across, takes a belt 1 5/8" wide. Pewter. Curved top. Back belt attachment piece is the same as the BU5 above. Made by St. Justin. Was $40. Sale price $32

 

 

 

 

Kilt Buckles

These take a wider belt than the dress buckles above.

 

Pewter Thistle Celtic knot kilt buckle by St Justin of Cornwall

no510051.jpg (24080 bytes)BU2 Thistle-and-Celtic-knots rectangular buckle made of polished pewter. On the back side (shown below) is a heavy wide bar for the belt to go through, plus a wide closure hook. This is a real he-man's buckle, and is quite heavy as buckles go. Flat buckle is  4" x 2 3/4". Takes belt up to 2 1/2" wide. Was $46. Sale price $36 We have one of these left.

 

Individual matching pieces (same thistle motif): sgian dubh on SD page, kilt pin on KP page, and cufflinks on Scottish jewelry page.

 

 

 

 

Celtic-design kilt buckles

These are designed for kilt wear.

BU20. Kilt buckle in Celtic design, nickel finish. Made in Scotland for standard highland wear. Slightly curved. Size: 3 5/8" x 2 3/4". Takes a belt up to 2 1/4" wide. The hook on the back is flat, like the one shown above for the BU22. Was $28. Sale price $22. We have only one of these left.
 

ap415011.jpg (56929 bytes)BU22. This beautiful British-made kilt buckle with the raised Celtic design is made of the finest-quality materials and is hand finished. It is 4" x 3" and takes a belt that is over 2" wide. The buckle is curved, not flat. The hook on the back is flat, like the one shown above for the BU22.Was $33. Sale price $27.

 

 

 

 

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