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Art Pewter Clan Crest Cufflinks MacGillivray
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Art Pewter Clan Crest Cufflinks MacGillivray

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  • MacGillivray      
  • Clan Crest Cufflinks
  • Motto: Touch Not This Cat
  • Approximately: 2cm wide by 2.5cm high
  • Manufactured in Scotland to High Standards by Art Pewter
  • Scratch and Tarnish resistant crafted in Pewter and plated with Palladium
  • Includes gift box and mount
  • Item Number: CCL-C59B

In Scotland’s turbulent past it was the custom for the Clan Chiefs to give their followers a metal plate of their crest, to be worn as a badge of allegiance which fastened to their clothing with a strap and buckle. When not in use the belt was coiled around the crest and this convention is used in the clan crest badges of today. Only a Clan Chief may wear the crest without the strap and buckle.

Many people whose surnames are not obviously connected to a clan can wear a crest badge. Some are Septs; descended from chiefs through the female line, while others are Dependants; those who sought the protection of the clan;  Though most of the ancient clans are gone from their homelands, the old traditional values of loyalty and companionship are still cherished today. Clans and families that can use this crest include Gilroy, MacGillivray, MacGillivour, MacGilroy, MacGilvra, MacGilvray, MacIlroy, MacIlvrae, and Milroy.
If you are unable to find your name then please email us with your surname to check against a list over twelve hundred names available to us, or search online now for your sept and clan of allegiance.

Art Pewter clan crest badges are authentic representations taken from the Arms of the Chiefs of the Clans. Every Clan Chief or family head has a Coat of Arms granted by the Lord Lyon King of Arms, which is listed in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland. The Register, established in 1592 and kept in the Court of the Lord of Lyon in Edinburgh, is acknowledged as being the most magnificent heraldic manuscript in Europe.

An 'Antique' finish can be applied to any Art Pewter Clan Crest product for a small additional charge. This can be purchased as a separate add-on for each product you require it on. Please look for the "Art Pewter Antique Finish [add-on]".  PLEASE NOTE - 'Antique' finish items made to order are subject to a 3-4 week delay and are non-returnable.

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