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  1. #1
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    Angora Goathair with rolled brass cantle

    Just finished the goathair sporran. Fully functioning brass rolled cantle. suede bag and trim. Brass targe with amber stone.

    gh4 by Bluescelt, on Flickr

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    Very nice!

    Pretty fancy for a daywear sporran. Looking forward to seeing it worn with a kilt.

    SM
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    Great looking sporran!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluescelt View Post
    Just finished the goathair sporran. Fully functioning brass rolled cantle. suede bag and trim. Brass targe with amber stone.

    gh4 by Bluescelt, on Flickr

    gh3 by Bluescelt, on Flickr

    gh1 by Bluescelt, on Flickr

    gh2 by Bluescelt, on Flickr

    That is a very nice sporran indeed. You must show us what it looks like on your kilt. A very nice shape to it. Great job!

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    Beautiful work. Well done
    South African military veteran. Great grandson of Captain William Henry Stevenson of the Highland Light Infantry, Scotland (1880's) and brother to Infantryman Peter Mark Schumann of the 2nd Transvaal Scottish, South Africa (1980's).

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    Nice sporran. Looks great!

    Frank
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