Horse Hair Sporrans

Horse Hair sporran is mostly worn as part of regimental attire for the pipers or the drummers. It is one of the most dramatic and biggest dress-sporrans with a very formal style. A normal horse hair pouch extends just below the belt to just below the hem of the kilt. The most ordinary pattern contains black horsehair tassels on a white horsehair background. Pewter or silver cantle is also carved on the sporran. This style made from horsehide rather than tail hair, are more able to keep with the compact shape and decor of less showy, semi-dress versions.

Horse Hair Sporrans

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