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Shetland Sheep’s Wool


In Scotland there are  6.6 million sheep and 5.3 million people at the last count (give or take).  The most commonly found sheep is the blackfaced, with it’s  course, tough wool. In Scotland the Ram (male) is called a Tup and the Ewe (female) is called a Girn.  Sheep can be found grazing throughout Scotland , often in the highlands and islands these wooly walking clouds  can be found strolling in front of cars on unfenced roads and giving you that look that says ‘Awa an bile yer heid’  (translating into ‘get lost’)

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“Don’t think Scottish sheep are the cutest? Ewe gotta be kidding me!” – Anon

“I turned grass into wool, whats your Superpower !? – Anon

“The hardest part of steeling one sheep is stopping the rest following you !” – Anon

“Someone told me it takes 5 sheep to make a sweater, I didn’t even know they could knit !” – Anon


  • Glass caddy with genuine cloud of Scottish Sheeps Wool (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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