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*Please note that the Carrick Range of Cap Badges are individually made to order, and can take up to four weeks. We may have the particular badge you're after in stock though, - send us a message to find out*
The much-loved Carrick Range of Clan Cap badges. These include a broad range of popular names, but also exclusives in PATERSON, MACCULLOCH, MITCHELL, RUSSELL and WILSON. These are all independent clans, although MITCHELL and WILSON are officially recognised septs of Innes.
Made with 100% lead-free pewter, then plated in a high-quality silver finish, giving these the durability of a regular cap badge with the shine of a piece of jewellery. Available in either polished silver or antique finish.
These measure 62mm long and 52mm wide.
Made by our dedicated craftsmen in our own workshops in Glasgow, Scotland.
*Please note that the Carrick Range of Cap Badges are individually made to order, and can take up to four weeks. This is because the plating process is quite time-consuming. If you need something sooner, please see our main range of cap badges or contact us*
MACCULLOCH: Today MacCulloch is recognised as an Armigerous clan, with no chief. There are no arms recognised by the Lord Lyon, so this is an unofficial crest. It seems to be based on two examples in Fairbairn's Book of Crests, MacCulloch of Barholm (Kirkcudbrightshire) and MacCulloch of Ardwall (Dumfries and Galloway).
MITCHELL: Like MacCulloch, there is no one crest recognised by the Lord Lyon for Clan Mitchell. This one seems to be based on the arms of Mitchell of Craigend (Stirlingshire).
MORRISON: The motto used by the Carrick badge is the older 'Dun Eistein', while our standard crest has 'Teaghiach Phabbay'. Both mottos are correct, both appear on the chief's arms, the former being on the compartment. The Clan Morrison Society favours the latter, while 'Dun Eistein' is seen as the older crest.