When we find something truly special, we will include it here. Past items include antique sterling daggers, Victorian kilt pins, hundred-year-old Scottish tartans, classic tomes and much more. If you have any questions on any of the items we may list here — including availability, pricing and shipping options, please contact us at any time!
Agate Flower Bracelet
Based on a traditional Victorian style, this 1920s red and white agate bracelet flanks a riveted center with four lovely red abstract flowers. Make for a smaller wrist, it is a one-of-a-kind treasure!
These six Civil War era buttons and button clips are carved from beautiful Scottish bloodstone, set in gold and enclosed in the original leather and velvet case. A rare, wondrous find.
Carved Antler Spoon
Another rare find from one of our recent expeditions through the Appalachians, this beautiful 6 inch spoon is carved entirely from deer antler and capped with a delicate thistle design.
Compass Rose Kilt Pin
A classic example of a mid 19th century Scottish kilt pin, this 2.5 inch diameter sterling quoit includes 12 different colors of native Scottish agate, extensive hallmarks and a sterling safety chain.
Four Rose Kilt Pin
One of the finest examples of a mid-Victorian kilt pin we've ever had the luck to find. Intricate silverware surrounds a cross of flowers made of native Scottish agate in four different colors.
Grouse Hunting Pin
Long a Scottish tradition, this classic hunting pin includes the preserved foot of a summer grouse. Made in hammered sterling, this excellent example dates from the mid to early 20th century.
Oak Leaf Pendant
A treasure from the 1950s, this hefty oak leaf and acorn pendant measures 2.5 inches across on a 22 inch heavy chain in a matching silver-tone metal. A unique costume piece!
Red Agate Cross
Hand carved in traditional Scottish red agate, this single-piece cross is approximately 2.5 inches tall and capped on top and bottom in sterling silver. Includes a 20 inch sterling box chain.