Man's Ring - Campbell Clan

Campbell family crest rings

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Price: US$185.00

Man's Ring - Campbell Clan Man's Ring - Campbell Clan Man's Ring - Campbell Clan
Man's Ring - Campbell Clan

This smooth sided man’s family crest ring is made with identical detail to the large Clan Campbell wall crest.This ring carriesthe Campbell Clan Crest of a wild boar's head and the clan motto "Ne Obliviscaris" which means (Do not forget).

We make all our clan rings in Solid Sterling silver or gold, and we can make your Campbell ring to your finger size.

The average weight of this Man’s crest ring in 18kt gold is 13grams.

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

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CAMPBELL CLAN History
CAMPBELL CLAN

 

Clan Chief:             The 35th Chief of Clan Campbell is Torquhil Ian

                          Campbell.

Gaelic Name:         Cam beul  meaning (Curved or crooked mouth)

Origin of name:      More than likely of Flemish stock coming over with 

                           William the Conqueror in 1066.

Clan Crest:              A boar’s head.

Clan Motto:              Ne Obliviscaris Latin for (Do not forget)

Lands:                  Argyll

Campbell, one of the most eminent and influential highland clans in the history of Scotland, draws its origins in the mists of antiquity, being prominent even in the earliest Scottish kingdom, Dalriada. The Clan is also known as Clan Diarmid, after the Ossianic hero from whom the Clan is descended. According to tradition, Diarmid died from an injury received after slaying a fierce wild boar. The Campbell Clan crest is a boar’s head, the motto is Ne Oblivicaris - "Forget Not" and the warcry or rallying cry in battle is "Cruachan", from a prominent mountain and landmark on their lands beside Loch Awe.

The name Campbell arose in the thirteenth century when Duncan MacDuibhne the Clan Chief at the original stronghold in Lochawe, Argyll, held the Gaelic nickname of Cam Beul, meaning "crooked mouth", and his descendants maintained this from then on as their Clan name.

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Scotland’s highlanders have long been renowned for their fierce fighting spirit and the Campbells have well proven their highland blood. Clan Campbell’s loyalty to the Crown of Scotland, from their staunch support of the great Robert the Bruce in the Wars of Scotland, and their service against the Jacobite rebels of the 1745 uprising, assured them of a privileged position in the hierarchy of highland clans.

The strength of the Campbells increased throughout the ages & they expanded their lands and influence through the power of the sword, shrewd political management and careful marriages. In 1457 Lord Colin Campbell obtained the Earldom of Argyll for the Campbell Chiefs, and was also appointed Master of the Royal Household (which later became a hereditary title), and Lord Chancellor in 1483. By the turn of the seventeenth century, the Campbells were the supreme clan of Scotland, their power so great they virtually ruled their lands as a separate kingdom, their Chiefs holding the highest offices of Scotland as a matter of right. In 1701, the 10th Earl received a Dukedom, thus creating the Dukedom of Argyll for the Campbell Chiefs.

Currently Sir Torquhil Ian Campbell, is the 13th Duke of Argyll and the 35th Chief of the Campbells. He shares his time between London and the Campbell ancestral home of Inveraray, situated in beautiful countryside beside Loch Fyne in the heartland of the Clan territory, this magnificent Castle is testament to the power, success, and durability of the Campbells.

The Campbell Clan crest is a boar’s head and the proud Campbell clan motto is "Ne Oblivicaris" meaning "Forget Not"

Our Scottish Heritage is the common bond that unites our Campbell family name forever.



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