As far as warriors go, the ferocity of the Scots and Celts is difficult to match. Yet even with their brazen strength, the Scots and the Celts understood the use of a good shield, similar to the ones featured here in our Celtic and Scottish shield category. Scottish and Celtic warriors favored the use of wooden shields, since wood was easy to find and metal was reserved for the making of weapons. Each one of these Scottish targes and Celtic shields possesses a detailed design on its face that links back to these ancient cultures. Many of the round shields you will find here are strong enough to be used in combat, while others are intended as incredible decorations or collectibles.
Scotland Lion Steel Battle Shield
item # S157
Since at least 1222, Scottish rulers have used the beast that decorates the Scotland Lion Steel Battle Shield as their standard. Crafted from 16-gauge steel, this reenactment shield contributes to a solid defense on the battlefield.
Templar Knight Scottish Cross Shield by Marto
item # MA-965-0S
The Templar Knight Scottish Cross Shield by Marto is an ornamental triangular shield, known as a kite shield, made from steel and embellished with gold. It makes for a great medieval display piece and decoration.