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MacKintosh Scottish Clan

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Clan Crest Wall Shield for the MacKintosh Scottish Clan


Clan Crest Wall Shield for the MacKintosh Scottish Clan

Price: 29.95 / $47.32 (Excluding VAT at 17.5%) Customers outside UK are exempt from VAT


Type of wooden shield

Your chosen Clan Crest is reproduced in exact detail onto an embossed centrepiece displaying the correct Clan Tartan & Clan Name. This is mounted onto a Hardwood Base which is available in a Light or Dark Wood finish.
Click to see enlarged examples.

Scottish Clan
Hand Crafted Wall Shield


Our distinctive Scottish Clan Wall Shields make a truly unique gift idea for family or friends

Supplied in a presentation box and ready for wall hanging. A prop-stand is also included allowing the shield to be displayed on a table/desk etc. To see example images please click here.
Each shield also comes with its own heraldic description which is printed onto quality parchment paper.
To see an accurate diagram of how our Scottish Clan Wall Shields are constructed please click here.
All Scottish Clan Wall Shields are made to order so please allow 28 days for delivery.

The Clan History

Derived from the Gaelic "mac an tiosich" or "son of the leader or chief" (similar to the Irish "taoseach" or prime minister). The clan claim descent from the royal house of Duff, through Shaw, the second son of Duncan Macduff, Earl of Fife, of the royal house of Dalriada. Shaw was part of a force led by King Malcolm IV which repressed a rebellion in Moray in 1160. Granted lands in the valley of the river Findhorn, the lands of Petty became the centre of clan territory. The 5th chief led his clan at the Battle of Largs in 1263, during the reign of King Alexander III. His son was raised by his uncle, the Lord of the Isles and he married the daughter of the chief of Clan Chattan in Lochaber, extending the clan lands to Glenloy and Loch Arkaig. After that, the Clan Chattan, which developed into a loose confederation of independent clans, was usually led by a Mackintosh (though challenged on occasions by the Macphersons).
The chief and his clansmen supported Robert the Bruce, particularly against the Comyns and they also supported the Marquess of Montrose in his campaign on behalf of King Charles I. 800 clansmen supported the Jacobite cause in 1715. Many Mackintosh clansmen were transported to America after the defeat of that uprising. When Prince Charles Edward Stuart landed in Scotland in 1745, the clan chief was absent (he was a captain in the Black Watch) but his wife raised men for the Prince's army. During the retreat in 1746, Prince Charles was received by Lady Mackintosh at Moy and the Prince's bed is still to be seen in Moy Hall today.
In more modern times, Charles Macintosh invented a fabric waterproofing process in 1823 which became the Macintosh raincoat. Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) was an innovative and influential architect, his works including the Glasgow School of Art, Queen's Cross Church and the Hill House in Helensburgh.
MacIntosh was the 68th most frequent surname at the General Register Office in 1995.
Motto: "Touch not the cat without a glove".
Badge: A wild cat.
Septs of the Clan: Adamson, Ayson, Combie, Crerar, Dallas, Doles, Elder, Esson, Glen, Glennie, Hardie, Hardy, MacAndrew, MacAy, MacCardney, MacCombie, MacCombe, MacComie, M'Conchy, Macglashan, Machardie, Machardy, MacHay, Mackeggie, M'Killican, MacNiven, MacOmie, Macritchie, MacThomas, Niven, Noble, Paul, Ritchie, Seawright, Siveright, Shaw, Tarrill, Tosh, Toshach.
Names associated with the clan: Adamson Adamsone Ademson Ademsoun Ademsoune Aesone Aison Aissone Aissoun Aissoune Ason Asone Asson Assone Aue Ave Ay Aye Ayesone Ayesoun Ayson Aysone Aysoun Ayssoun Chombeich Chombich Claerk Clark Clarke Clarkson Clarksone Clearkson Cleary Clerach Clerc Clerck Clercsone Cleric Clerie Clerk Clerke Clerkson Clerksone Clerksoun Clerksson Combach Combich Crarer Crear Creer Crerar Crerer Criathrar Dallas Dallass Dallyas Dolace Dolas Dolasse Dolays Doles Doleys Dollace Dolles Eason Easone Easson Eldar Eldare Elder Esson Galashan Glashan Glashen Glashin Glene Gleney Glenn Glennay Glennie Glenny Gleny Golane Golin Gollan Golland Gollane Gollin Gollon Hairdy Hardie Hardy Hardye Heagie Heagy Heegie Heggie Hegie Hegy Higgie Hosack Hosak Hosick Hossack Hossok Hossoke Ison Isone Kellas Kelles Knevan Leary MacAindreis MacAleerie MacAndrew MacAndrie MacAndro MacAndy MacArdie MacArdy MacAy MacBardie MacCagy MacCarday MacCardie MacCardney MacCardy MacChardaidh MacChardy MacChlerich MacChlery MacChombeich MacChombich MacChomich MacClachan MacClachane MacClathan MacClearey MacCleary MacClerich MacCleriche MacClerie MacClery MacClirie MacClurich MacCombich MacComiche MacComick MacComtosh MacConche MacConchie MacConchy MacCondach MacCondachie MacCondachy MacCondie MacCondochie MacCondoquhy MacConnchye MacConquhy MacConquy MacCreitche MacCulican MacCuligan MacCuligin MacCulikan MacCuliken MacEgie MacEleary MacGiligan MacGilleglash MacGillican MacGilligain MacGilligan MacGilligin MacGlashan MacGlashen MacGlashin MacGlassan MacGlassin MacGlasson MacGulican MacHarday MacHardie MacHardy MacHay MacHee MacHyntoys MacIlchomich MacIlleglass MacInclerich MacInclerie MacInclerycht MacInthosse MacIntioch MacIntoch MacIntoschecht MacIntoschie MacIntoschye MacIntosh MacKaggie MacKandrew MacKantoiss MacKardie MacKeggie MacKelecan MacKelegan MacKelican MacKentase MacKglesson MacKhardie MacKilican MacKilikin MacKillican MacKillicane MacKillichane MacKilligan MacKilligane MacKilligin MacKiltosche MacKintishie MacKintoch MacKintoche MacKintoisch MacKintorss MacKintosh MacKleiry MacKreiche MacKritchy MacKulican MacKuntosche MacKynioyss MacKyntoich MacKyntossche MacKyntoys MacLear MacLeary MacLerich MacLerie MacLglesson MacNaoimhin MacNeiving MacNevin MacNivaine MacNiven MacNoble MacOnchie MacQhardies MacReekie MacReiche MacRiche MacRichie MacRikie MacRitchey MacRitchie MacRitchy MacRyche MacThom MacThomaidh MacThomais MacThomas MacThome MacThomie MacToiche MacToschy MacToshy MacYnthosche MacYnthose MacYntoch MacYntoisch Makandro Makconchie Makintoch Makintoiche Makkintoische Maklearie Makryche Maktoiche Makulikin Makyntoische Makyntosh Naomhin Neiven Neivin Nevane Nevein Neveine Nevene Nevin Nevins Nevinus Nevison Nevyn Nevyne Nevyng Newein Newin Newing Nifin Nivein Niven Niveson Nivine Niving Nivison Nobil Nobile Nobill Noble Rechie Rechtie Rechy Riche Richie Ritchie Rychy Rychze Rytchie Saythe Scaith Scayth Schau Schaw Schawe Scheoch Scheok Schiach Schioch Schioche Seah Seath Seith Seth Sha Shau Shaw Shawe Shay Sheach Sheath Sheehan Sheoch Shiach Siache Sith Sithach Sithech Sithig Skaith Sythach Sythag Sythock Tarall Taroll Tarrel Tarrell Tarrill Terale Terrel Terrell Terroll Toash Toische Toschach Tosche Toscheach Toscheoch Tosh Toshach Toshak Tosoch Tossoche Vconchie
MacIntosh was the 68th most frequent surname at the General Register Office in 1995.

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