This unique set includes our popular Scottish rampant lion design in 2 sizes.
The small rampant lion stamp is made of high-grade red rubber, mounted on a thick maplewood block. It's indented on the sides to give a firm grip. The image size is 1-3/4" by 1"
The mini stamp is mounted on a 2" wooden dowel peg and measures approximately 1/2" as a stamped impression. See our photo above to get a better idea of the size (we use our pawprint design as an example; this isn't included in the set).
About the Rampant Lion Symbol: Found on the Royal Arms of Scotland, as seen on the yellow and red lion rampant flag (often called the second flag of Scotland), the use of the lion rampant or rampant lion dates back to William I, who succeeded Malcom IV, King of Scots, in 1165. He was known as William The Lion and his flag was a red rampant lion on a yellow field. It was known as the Lion of Bravery or Lion of Justice. The colors became the basis of the Scottish Royal Standard. The word rampant is used to describe a beast of prey, such as a lion or bear, rising with its forepaws in the air as if attacking. The right foreleg and right hindleg should be raised higher than the left.
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