WP20 Declaration of Arbroath Wall Plaque
This Wall Plaque features the best known passage from the historic
Declaration of Arbroath. The Declaration of Arbroath was written in
1320 following the Scottish victory at Banannockburn as a plea for the
recognition of Scotland as a sovereign nation. This wall plaque
combines Celtic design as the recognition of
Scotland's unique national identity and culture, the Thistle as the
symbol of Scotland's defiantly independant spirit, and the historical
significance of the Declaration of Arbroath.
Due to the way they are made, each plaque is uniquely coloured. Each comes strung ready to hang, with descriptive notes describing the original stone.
All images and text © Andrew McGavin 2007-2018