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Wallace Clan Crest Badge

Wallace Clan Crest Badge

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: Lead Free Pewter
  • Made to order
  • Favorited by: 20 people
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Large (2"x 2.5") Scottish Clan Crest Badge has multiply uses for men and women. The Clan Crest Badge was hand carved and casted individually with lead free pewter using the ancient gravity feed method. Then given a unique antique finish used by Scottish Pewterers' for over 200 years. Dual mounting system prevents wobble. See our Clansmen Sporran.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: The Clan Wallace is a Lowland family.
The Wallace family first came to Scotland with a Norman family in the 11th century. King David was eager to extend the benefits of Norman influence and gave grants to the nobles of the south. Among them was Walter Fitzallan, who the Scottish king appointed his Steward in 1136. One of Fitzallan's followers was Richard Wallace from Oswestry who came north to try and improve his fortunes. Oswestry is on the Welsh border so it is possible that the name Wallace may be a corruption of Le Waleis meaning the "Welshman".

Lord Fitzallan received from King David lands in Ayrshire and so it was here that his follower Richard Wallace settled. Richard Wallace was granted his own estate in Kyle, where it is claimed that his name Richard is still remembered in the placename of the village of Riccarton.
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Motto: PRO LIBERTATE. [from Latin: "For liberty"].
Crest: Issuant from a crest coronet of four (three visible) strawberry leaves Or, a dexter arm vambraced, the hand brandishing a sword all Proper.

Septs: Cheney, Cheyne, Chiene, Clyne, Duffes, Duffus, Federith, Gray, Grey, Keith[note 1], Mouat, Mowat(t), Moray, Murray, Norman, O'May
Large (2"x 2.5") Scottish Clan Crest Badge has multiply uses for men and women. The Clan Crest Badge was hand carved and casted individually with lead free pewter using the ancient gravity feed method. Then given a unique antique finish used by Scottish Pewterers' for over 200 years. Dual mounting system prevents wobble. See our Clansmen Sporran.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: The Clan Wallace is a Lowland family.
The Wallace family first came to Scotland with a Norman family in the 11th century. King David was eager to extend the benefits of Norman influence and gave grants to the nobles of the south. Among them was Walter Fitzallan, who the Scottish king appointed his Steward in 1136. One of Fitzallan's followers was Richard Wallace from Oswestry who came north to try and improve his fortunes. Oswestry is on the Welsh border so it is possible that the name Wallace may be a corruption of Le Waleis meaning the "Welshman".

Lord Fitzallan received from King David lands in Ayrshire and so it was here that his follower Richard Wallace settled. Richard Wallace was granted his own estate in Kyle, where it is claimed that his name Richard is still remembered in the placename of the village of Riccarton.
.

Motto: PRO LIBERTATE. [from Latin: "For liberty"].
Crest: Issuant from a crest coronet of four (three visible) strawberry leaves Or, a dexter arm vambraced, the hand brandishing a sword all Proper.

Septs: Cheney, Cheyne, Chiene, Clyne, Duffes, Duffus, Federith, Gray, Grey, Keith[note 1], Mouat, Mowat(t), Moray, Murray, Norman, O'May

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(35)
  • Reviewed by Mark Hanford
    5 out of 5 stars
    Mar 30, 2018
    The item arrived a few days ago, but I was not allowed to post comments until now. It is everything I had hoped and more.

    Great Seller!! A+ Highly recommended!
    Wallace Clan Crest Badge

  • Reviewed by Bryn Miller
    5 out of 5 stars
    Dec 10, 2017
    It looks a little rough, but is handmade, not stamped per se so.... Not what I expected.I love the dexter and my clan so will wear it proudly.
    Purveyor pleasant to talk to by convo.
    Macleod Clan Crest Badge

  • Reviewed by siobhanmavros
    5 out of 5 stars
    Aug 25, 2018
    MacKay Clan Crest Badge

  • Reviewed by rand pers
    5 out of 5 stars
    Jun 11, 2018
    Item is well-crafted and exactly as described. Thank you!
    Lindsay Clan Crest Badge

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