Lady's Ring - Robertson Clan

Robertson clan ring with Celtic design

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Price: US$185.00

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Lady's Ring - Robertson Clan

This finer Robertson Lady's crest ring with Celtic sides is identical to our Robertson wall crest (only in miniature). This Scottish clan ring carries the Robertson crest of a hand holding up an imperial crown and the proud Robertson clan motto, “Virtutis Gloria merces” meaning (Glory is the reward of valour).

Ladies your Robertson crest ring comes in Solid Sterling silver or gold, and we will make it to your finger size.

The average weight of this Lady’s Robertson crest ring in 18kt gold is 10grams.

Delivery: :  We make your Robertson clan ring to order, allow two weeks for production, and a week to most shipping destinations.

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ROBERTSON CLAN History
ROBERTSON CLAN

 

Clan Chief:            Alexander Gilbert Haldane Robertson, 24th Chief

                         of Clan Donnachaidh, 28th Chief of Struan.

Origin of Name:   Gaelic name, MacDhonnachaidh (Son of Duncan)

Gaelic Name:        Mac Dhonnachaidh

Clan Crest:            A hand holding up an imperial crown

Clan Motto:           Virtutis Gloria merces (Glory is the reward of valour)

Lands:                    Struan, Perthshire

 

Robertson, that fierce and warlike clan, traces it's lineage down from the ancient Celtic hereditary Abbots of Dunkeld. These Abbots were not always gentle Churchmen, as they traditionally led the vanguard of the army into battle. Bethoc, the daughter of King Malcolm 11 married the Abbot Crinan (killed in battle in 1045) and in 1034 their first son became King Duncan 1, who was later murdered by Macbeth.

Several generations later, Donnachaidh Reamhar (Stout Duncan) was Chief of the Donnachaidh Clan, the other name by which the Robertson Clan is still known. Duncan was a close supporter of Robert the Bruce and led the Clan, with great valour, for the victorious King Robert in the battle of Bannockburn. Over a century later, his direct descendant, Robert Riach (Grizzled Robert) was created Baron of the lands of Struan in Tayside, near Blair Atholl. The Barony was Robert's reward for capturing the murderers of King James 1 and delivering them to the court. It was from this Robert that the Clan took the name of Robertson and the Clan Chief is always known as Struan Robertson.

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The warrior spirit and unswerving loyalty of the Clan to the Stewart dynasty involved them in many of the conflicts which shook Scotland.
Under one Chief, the Clan fought for the Jacobites against William 111 in 1689, again in the Jacobite rising of 1715 and although the Chief really was too old by then, took part in the 1745 uprising for Bonnie Prince Charlie. The defeat of the uprising and the subsequent suppression of the Highland clans by the government brought ruin to the Robertsons and the loss of titles and great territories.
Margaret became the 18th Chief in 1749, but most of the remainder of the estates were seized from her heir by the government. Dispossessed, the Chiefs lived at Loch Rannoch and later at the residence known as Rannoch Barracks. Within a few years of Jean Robertson, in 1910, succeeding her brother to become 24th Chief, the last of the Clan lands had been sold.

The present Chief, Struan Robertson, lives in Kent, England. Struan and Dunalastair, near to Tummel Bridge are the ancient burial sites of the Robertsons. To the west of Blair Atholl, at Bruar Falls, is the Clan Donnachaidh museum which houses the famous Clach na Bratach, the charm-stone of the Clan. This rock crystal has been associated with the Clan since before Bannockburn and is thought to have been worn by the ancient Abbots during their battles.

The Robertson Clan Crest is a hand holding up an imperial crown and the proud Robertson clan motto, “Virtutis Gloria merces” meaning (Glory is the reward of valour).

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