19th C Victorian Thistle Glengarry Badge - Brooch
19th C Victorian Thistle Glengarry Badge – Brooch

Victorian Scottish Antique Thistle Glengarry Badge – Brooch

Circa 1880 Victorian Scottish white metal glengarry badge brooch. With engraved thistle surround and overlaid thistle.

Size approx 47mm x 47mm

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Antique Brass Victorian Scottish Thistle Plaid Brooch
Antique Brass Victorian 1880 Scottish Thistle Plaid Brooch

Antique Brass Victorian Scottish Thistle Plaid Brooch

Circa 1880 Victorian Scottish brass metal plaid brooch. With centre bearing a thistle badge on an engraved surround. Overlaid on a plain disc.

Great antique plaid brooch.

Size approx 94mm x 94mm

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Antique Iona Scottish Silver Brooch - John McGilvray & Son Glasgow 1908
Antique Iona Scottish Silver Brooch - John McGilvray & Son Glasgow 1908
Antique Iona Scottish Silver Brooch – John McGilvray & Son Glasgow 1908

Antique Iona Scottish Silver Brooch – John McGilvray & Son Glasgow 1908

Antique Scottish Iona brooch in hallmarked sterling silver with Celtic knot work and zoomorphic designs. Made by John McGilvray & Sons Glasgow 1908

Approx 49mm across

23.5 gms

Silversmith John McGilvray sold his work from his shop in Oban, on Scotland’s west coast. Having links with Iona, his work is sometimes marked with the name of this holy island.

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Antique Victorian Scottish Grieve - Pasley Glengarry Badge - Brooch
Antique Victorian Scottish Grieve – Pasley Glengarry Badge – Brooch

Antique Victorian Scottish Grieve – Pasley Glengarry Badge – Brooch

Family – Grieve and Pasley

Blazon – An arm in armour holding a dagger point downward proper.

Circa 1890 Victorian Scottish white metal glengarry badge brooch. With engraved surround

Size approx 46mm x 46mm

Grieve family name origin – Scottish and northern English: occupational name for a steward or estate manager, Middle English greve, Old English græfa. Compare Reeve and Sheriff.

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Baird Clan Scottish 1920's Glengarry Badge - Brooch
Baird Clan Scottish 1920’s Glengarry Badge – Brooch

Baird Clan Scottish 1920’s Glengarry Badge – Brooch

Baird is a common surname of primarily Scottish origins. An old legend says that the family obtained their lands in Scotland when one Baird rescued King William the Lion while he was being attacked by a wild boar. While the validity of that legend is unknown, the Baird family did obtain lands in Aberdeenshire.

Size approx 44mm x 50mm

 

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Buchanan Clan 1932 Sterling Silver Glengarry Badge
Buchanan Clan 1932 Sterling Silver Glengarry Badge

Buchanan Clan 1932 Sterling Silver Glengarry Badge

Vintage Buchanan sterling silver clan badge with full hallmarks for Edinburgh 1932 – 33 made by Thomas Kerr Ebbutts.

Motto. Nuncia pacis The messenger of peace 

Blazona. Dove Holding In Its Beak An Olive-Branch, All Ppr.

Source. Fairbairn’s Book of Crests, 1905 ed.

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Erskine Clan Sterling Silver Glengarry Badge
Erskine Clan 1953 Sterling Silver Glengarry Badge
Erskine Clan 1953 Sterling Silver Glengarry Badge

Scottish Vintage Silver Erskine Clan Glengarry Badge

Vintage Erskine Clan glengarry badge pin. Clan motto’ Je Pense Plus ‘. Stamped hallmarked on the back Edinburgh – Thomas Ebbutts 1953.

Size approx 47mm x 40mm

The surname Erskine was originally derived from the lands of Erskine, which is an area to the south of the River Clyde in Renfrew. The name is believed to be ancient or Old British for green rising ground.

As early as the reign of Alexander II of Scotland, Henry de Erskine was proprietor of the barony. In about 1226 Henry was a witness to a charter by the Earl of Lennox of the patronage and tithes of Rosneath to Paisley Abbey.

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Vintage Clan Fleming Glengarry Badge. Scottish vintage Highland dress
Vintage Clan Fleming 1930’s Glengarry Badge

Vintage 1930 – 40’s Clan Fleming Glengarry Badge

Clan Fleming badge with motto  “LET THE DEED SHAW” (SHOW).

Crest: A goat’s head erased Argent, armed Or

The surname Fleming is derived from the French, le Fleming, which indicates that the family originated in Flanders. The once powerful medieval principality of Flanders is now split between Belgium, the Netherlands and France. During the latter part of the twelfth century the Flemish were enterprising merchants who traded with England, Scotland and Wales. A distinguished Flemish leader named Baldwin settled with his followers in Biggar, South Lanarkshire under a grant of David I of Scotland. Baldwin became Sheriff of Lanark under Malcolm IV of Scotland and William the Lion and this office appears to have been hereditary for some time.

Size approx 50mm x 42mm

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