The Kilt Belt Buckle
Kilt Belts are affixed with a large ornate buckle, often called a Waist Plate.
These buckles are usually made from pewter, but also come in brass, gloss black, and nickel. Along with the belt, it is really considered a decorative item and is not meant to hold your kilt up. In fact, it was originally meant for carrying a dirk. (To view a selection of dirks click here.)
The buckle (and belt) is usually worn with a kilt when just wearing a shirt or a doublet like the Montrose or Kenmore. Do not wear the belt when wearing a waistcoat (vest).
All buckles measure 2 ¼" in height are made in the United Kingdom. All prices are in Canadian funds.
To view Irish-themed buckles click here.
Standard Kilt Belt Buckle
Pewter Kilt Belt Buckle
Traditional Kilt Belt Buckle