Hamilton Clan 1950’s Scottish Glengarry Badge

£35.00

Hamilton Clan 1950’s Scottish Glengarry Badge. Vintage Scottish Hamilton clan glengarry badge with motto ‘ Through ‘.

Approx 42 mm x  48 mm

The Hamilton chiefs descend from Walter fitz Gilbert of Hambledon who appears in a charter to the Monastery of Paisley in about 1294. His lands appear to have originally been in Renfrewshire, however, his support for Robert the Bruce rewarded him with lands in Lanarkshire and the Lothians These lands included Cadzow, which later became the town of Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.

Including Agate jewellery, Scottish hallmarked sterling silver, vintage glengarry badges, plaid brooches, kilt pins and bracelets. With jewellery from classic Edinburgh and Glasgow makers like Robert Allison and Thomas Kerr Ebbutt and provincial Scottish silversmiths.










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Hamilton Clan 1950’s Scottish Glengarry Badge. Vintage Scottish Hamilton clan glengarry badge with motto ‘ Through ‘.

Approx 42 mm x  48 mm

The Hamilton chiefs descend from Walter fitz Gilbert of Hambledon who appears in a charter to the Monastery of Paisley in about 1294. His lands appear to have originally been in Renfrewshire, however, his support for Robert the Bruce rewarded him with lands in Lanarkshire and the Lothians These lands included Cadzow, which later became the town of Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.

Including Agate jewellery, Scottish hallmarked sterling silver, vintage glengarry badges, plaid brooches, kilt pins and bracelets. With jewellery from classic Edinburgh and Glasgow makers like Robert Allison and Thomas Kerr Ebbutt and provincial Scottish silversmiths.

We have offer a range of antique and collectible Scottish provincial and sterling silver and vintage Highland wear to complete your outfit or add to your collection. With an eclectic range of antique Scottish silver, plaid brooches.

The stock range is ever changing with fine vintage sporrans, plaid brooches, and kilt pins to brooches and clan crest badges from the 17th – 20th centuries. Over the years Scottish provincial silver has become very collectable and highly sought after. Scottish town silversmiths seldom sent their plate to Edinburgh or Glasgow to be assayed and then hallmarked. Instead, they marked the silver with a makers mark or town mark or many combinations of these and other marks. This is what makes Scottish provincial silver so collectable. We pride ourselves in bringing you some of the best of Scotland’s craftsmanship from the past.

We also run a Free Wants List Service so if you have a badge(s) you are looking for please email us and we will contact you with details of any stock that comes in before it goes to the website.