19th C Victorian Cluny MacPherson Antique Engraving Print – UK ONLY £25

Cluny MacPherson Antique Engraving Print – Large late 19th century engraving of Cluny MacPherson – Chief of Clan Chattan. The print has some foxing and a stain in the bottom corner. On board

Board size: Approx.  50cm x 68cm mounted on board

India proof – Printed by Art Publishers Glasgow

Due to the size we are only able to sell to UK addresses.

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We can get quotes for overseas shipping but due to the volumetric weight ( size ) more expensive ( US shipping £55 via Parcel Force )

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.

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Cluny MacPherson Antique Engraving Print – Large late 19th century engraving of Cluny MacPherson – Chief of Clan Chattan. The print has some foxing and a stain in the bottom corner.

Board size: Approx.  50cm x 68cm mounted on board

India proof – Printed by Art Publishers Glasgow

Due to the size we are only able to sell to UK addresses.

Macpherson Clan – A Brief History

In Scottish Gaelic the name Macpherson is Mac a’ Phersein which means son of the parson. The Celtic church allowed priests to marry and the progenitor of the chiefs of Clan Macpherson is believed to have been a man named Muireach or Murdo Cattenach who was the priest of Kingussie in Badenoch. The Clan Macpherson is part of the Chattan Confederation (Clan Chattan).  In 843 the chief of Clan Chattan was Gille Chattan Mor and one of his sons, the first chief of Clan Macpherson was forced to resettle in Lochaber byKenneth MacAlpin, first king of Scots. The chief could have been the lay prior of Ardchattan and he seems to have been named in honor of Saint Cathan.

Macpherson clan traditions is that in 1309 Robert the Bruce offered the lands of Badenoch to the chief of Clan Macpherson on the condition that they destroyed the Bruce’s enemies, the Clan Comyn, and the Macphersons carried out the king’s wishes. The Clan Macpherson is sometimes known as the Clan of the Three Brothersowing to the fact that chief Ewan Ban Macpherson had three sons: Kenneth Macpherson of Clunie, Iain Macpherson of Pitman and Gillies Macpherson of Invereshie.

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.

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.