17th. Century Jacobite Sporran
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This Sporran is my interpretation of a 17th. Century Scottish Sporran that resides in the National Museum of Scotland. A nod of respect here to Craftsman Hamish Lamley of Pictavia Leather who has made several beautiful interpretations in this style that helped inspire me to make my own attempt. A nod also to an unknown Craftsman (possibly from Ukraine) who sold one online to my good friend Mark Patterson. Mark loaned me that sporran, asking if I would make a larger version for me. The Sporran pictured here is the cousin of the one I made for Mark. I very much like the style and design so I will be making additional versions in the near future. This Sporran is made from cowhide nubuc.