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Unicorn Horn


It’s true: the unicorn really is the official national animal of Scotland.

This untameable, proud white horse-like creature with it’s golden spiralling horn is considered one of the most iconic symbols of Scotland.  It even has it’s own national day on the 9th of April!! It’s a  a fiercely independent  beast notoriously difficult to seize and conquer.  The unicorn, to the Scots, is a symbol of purity, innocence and power. Legend has it, such is the strength of the healing power held within their golden  horn, the unicorn can purify even the most poisoned of waters.The unicorn was first used on the Scottish royal coat of arms in the 12th century.  The perfect representation of the pride, strength and other-worldly qualtities  that the Scots possessed  to remain unconquered…or at the least remain that wee big magical and legendary.

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“‘The unicorn’, she said, ‘was a marvelous beast, shining with honor, wisdom and strength. Just to see him strengthened the soul.’” – Megan Lindholm

“It’s not a unicorn – it’s a horse with a sword on its head that protects my hopes and dreams.” – Tad Quill & Gabrielle Allan

“… no place is more enchanted than where a unicorn has been born.” – Peter S. Beagle


  • Glass caddy with hand crafted gold coloured polymere clay unicorn horn . (bottle measuring 6cm x 3cm)
  • Securely enclosed by air tight, lazer engraved, wooden stopper.
  • Each caddy comes in a luxury cotton gift bag and is accompanied by an Information card with historic, honourable, heartfelt and humorous facts.


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