Cluny MacPherson Antique Engraving Print

Cluny MacPherson Antique Engraving Print – We recently acquired a large late 19th century engraving of Cluny MacPherson – Chief of Clan Chattan. The print has some foxing and a stain in the bottom corner but it has made a great … Read More

Scottish Labhran Estate Tweed Three Button Shooting Jacket

Scottish Labhran Estate Tweed Three Button Shooting JacketScottish Labhran Estate Tweed Three Button Shooting Jacket – We had one of our Facebook group share a wonderful book with us recently – The Keepers book – Guide to the duties of … Read More

Restoration Project – Vintage Sporran

Restoration Project – 1933 Celtic Engraved Wm Anderson – Edinburgh Fur Vintage SporranRestoration Project – Vintage Sporran Fine vintage William Anderson & Sons Edinburgh sporran with Celtic engraved cantle. The sporran was made in 1933, the fur had deteriorated so badly … Read More

Scottish Whisky Toasts

Scottish Whisky Toasts – Now you might be think about having a dram or two over the Christmas and New Year holidays. Most of us will be happy with a simple ‘ Sláinte ‘ toast. The basic Scottish Gaelic is slàinte (mhath), meaning “good … Read More

R W Forsyth – Classic Highland Wear Outfitter 1909 Catalogue.

R W Forsyth – Classic Highland Wear Outfitter 1909 Catalogue. We have just acquired a 1909 copy of the RW Forsyth Highland dress catalogue. So we thought we would share some images, prices and details from the catalogue. Love vintage … Read More

1860-80’s Antique Scottish Silver Agate Buckle Bracelet

1860-80’s Antique Scottish Silver Agate Buckle Bracelet1860-80’s Antique Scottish Silver Agate Buckle Bracelet An excellent example of an antique Scottish agate bracelet with unmarked engraved silver buckle and fixings. In lovely condition as can be seen in the photos. The fine … Read More

1872 Scottish 19th Century Victorian Antique Whisky Quaich

1872 Scottish 19th Century Victorian Antique Whisky Quaich1872 Scottish 19th Century Victorian Antique Whisky Quaich Wonderful 19th Century Victorian whisky quaich in turned wood. This may have been a prize or christening present as it is engraved The quaich measures … Read More

We are not amused: Kenneth MacLeay – Queen Victoria’s Highlanders of Scotland

We are not amused: The artist who dared to disobey Queen Victoria – Kenneth MacLeay Watercolours In June 1864, the Scottish painter Kenneth Macleay painted a portrait of Queen Victoria’s sons, Princes Alfred, Arthur and Leopold. Pleased with the picture, … Read More

Scottish Antique Whisky Toddy Ladles

Scottish Antique Whisky Toddy LadlesScottish Antique Whisky Toddy Ladles – One of the first antique treen toddy ladles we found was nearly 20 years ago in a box with a set of antique Malcolm MacGregor bagpipes from 1811. The bowl … Read More

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