15 Scottish Products to Bring Home from Edinburgh

Scotland, Edinburgh Guide (B): 15 Scottish Products to Bring Home from Edinburgh

The popularity of Scotland stretches far beyond its geographical borders, fueled, in large part, by Hollywood's interest in the Scottish theme - Sean Connery (as James Bond), "Braveheart", etc. Indeed, the cultural spectrum of this part of Britain is enormous and comprises great history, music, traditional fashion, craftsmanship, signature whisky, and much much more. When in Edinburgh, you would definitely want to procure something memorable and distinctly Scottish to keep as a souvenir. Here are some ideas of what might serve this purpose just well.

Synonymous with luxury, the Edinburgh Crystal constitutes a great gift for your family and friends, who may use it either as a functional or decorative item. Manufactured since the mid 1800s, this cut glass crystal became a symbol of Edinburgh. It may come in the form of drinking glasses, decanters, bowls, baskets, or even bells. Edinburgh Crystal is now owned by Waterford Wedgwood. Even though there were many ranges of glassware, only four of them have succeeded to maintain their uniqueness in the former “Connoisseur Collection”, namely: the Star of Edinburgh, the Thistle, King James and Lochnagar. These were labeled as collectibles. Prices vary between $15 and $400. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 15 Scottish Products to Bring Home from Edinburgh
Guide Location: Scotland » Edinburgh
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
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