Embroidered Clan Crest Badge (Special Order Clans)

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  • Measures Approx. 3″ X 4″
  • 3 Push-Pins with Spring Clasps
  • Hand Embroidered
  • Metallic Gold Thread Outlines and Writing
  • Fully Colored Can Crest
  • Navy Blue Twill Fabric,
  • Black Felt on Stiff Backing

Special Order, Please allow up to 8 weeks for delivery.

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This nicely embroidered clan crest badge can be pinned almost anywhere. Pin it on your shirt sleeve or jacket pocket. Pin it on the front of your jacket or vest. It’ll look great on your backpack, tote bag, or even your golf bag.

Badges measure 3″x 4″, and have 3 push-pins with spring clasps on the back.

  • Measures Approx. 3″ X 4″
  • 3 Push-Pins with Spring Clasps
  • Hand Embroidered
  • Metallic Gold Thread Outlines and Writing
  • Fully Colored Can Crest
  • Navy Blue Twill Fabric,
  • Black Felt on Stiff Backing

Special Order, please allow up to 8 weeks for delivery.

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How to use the Cap Badge/Brooch

Pin this Badge on your glengarry or balmoral to add the finished look to any hat. Or, use it as a brooch to pin up your sash, shawl, fly plaid, or ancient kilt (the pin is a little too light for use with great kilts). These Clan Crest badges can certainly be used in your everyday life. Pin your new  badge onto your backpack or tote-bag, or anywhere else you want to display your Scottish heritage. The possibilities are endless!

Clan Crests

Scottish clans originated in the Highlands. Each one originally identifies with a specific area of Scotland and an individual Clan Chief. These clan crest cap badges or brooches are a perfect way to show your Scottish roots. A Scottish clan is a kinship group among the Scottish people. Clans give a sense of shared identity and descent to members, and in modern times have an official structure recognized by the Court of the Lord Lyon, which regulates Scottish heraldry and coats of arms.

Weight 0.05 lbs
Clan Crest List T

Abercromby, Agnew, Ainslie, Anstruther, Arbuthnott, Armstrong, Baillie, Ballantyne (Bannatyne), Bannerman, Bell, Bethune, Blair, Borthwick, Boyd, Buchan, Buchanan, Burnett, Campbell (of Argyll), Campbell of Breadalbane, Campbell of Cawdor, Carmichael, Carnegie, Cathcart, Chalmers, Charteris, Chisholm, Cockburn, Colville, Cranstoun, Crichton, Crosbie, Dalziel, Darroch, Dewar, Drummond, Dunbar, Dundas, Durie, Elliot, Elphinstone, Erskine, Farquharson, Fletcher, Forbes, Forrester, Forsyth(e), Fotheringham, Fraser of Lovat, Galbraith, Galloway, Gartshore, Grierson, Haig, Haldane, Hamilton, Hay, Hepburn, Herries, Hope, Jardine, Kennedy, Kinnaird, Leask, Lennox, Livingston(e), Lockhart, Lumsden, MacArthur, MacAulay, MacDonald of Clanranald, MacDonell of Glengarry, MacDowall, MacDuff, MacEwan, MacFie (MacPhee), MacGillivray, MacGregor, MacIntyre, MacIver, MacKenzie Seaforth Highlanders, MacKie, MacKinnon, MacLachlan, MacLennan, MacNicol (Nicholson), MacQuarrie, MacQueen, MacRae, MacThomas, Maitland, Mar(r), Marjoribanks (Majoribanks), Maxwell, Melville, Menzies, Middleton, Moffat, Morrison, Mow(e), Munro, Oliphant, Paisley, Pollock, Primrose, Ramsay, Rattray, Riddell, Rollo, Ross, Russell, Sandilands, Scott, Scrymegour, Spens, Stewart, Stirling, Strachan, Swinton, Turnbull, Tweedie, Urquhart, Watson, Wedderburn

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