Salmon Fly Feather Brooch Jock Scott
Brighten up your lapel with an eye-catching feather brooch inspired by traditional salmon fly fishing patterns.
The Jock Scott is probably one of, if not the best known and most popular salmon fly patterns. It was created back in 1850 by Scottish poet John (Jock) Scott. The pattern is so well known that it has been used as a metaphor for fly fishing itself and is often referred to as the king of salmon flies.
This vibrant design features a combination of natural and dyed feathers including the golden pheasant, guinea fowl and jungle cock, hand tied onto a gold finish Salmon Fly brooch pin with silk.
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