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Robert Ranald McIan, was a Scottish-born actor and painter. He is best known for romanticised depictions of Scottish clansmen, their battles and domestic life. His most famous work were illustrations in The Clans of The Scottish Highlands, published in 1845 on the centenary of the Jacobite Rising. He died in 1856

These highly collectable pieces based on those illustrations are approximately 6" in height and have been crafted in meticulous detail from 100% lead free pewter.

They have been sculpted by Matt Lonsdale, who is regarded as the UK's top master sculptor of figurines. Matt graduated from the Kent Institute of Art and Design and specializes in meticulously detailed figure work.  He has been involved in numerous projects - from installations through to many individual commissions including the WIND IN THE WILLOWS and the JAMES HERIOT interactive exhibitions in the UK.  In addition his work is sought after by major television, advertising and film production companies.  Notable achievements to date include work on the major motion pictures TITANIC and JUDGE DREAD.


Clan Buchanan Clan Buchanan
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Brand: Gaelic Themes Model: F-RM013FG
According to family legend, the family of Buchannan was descended from an Irish noble, Anselan O’Kyan or Ó Catháin, who was said to have settled in Alba in the late eleventh century, being granted land in the Lennox by Malcolm III. Around 1225, another Anselan was Seneschal (steward) to the Earl of ..
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There are several theories concerning the origin of Clan Cameron. The old family legend states that they are descended from a younger son of a Danish king or prince called Camchron, however, no such king ever existed. The less prestigious theory is that the name comes from the gaelic cam-shròn, ..
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Clan Campbell Clan Campbell
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For most of Scottish history the Campbells have dominated the West Highlands and Isles of Scotland. In the middle ages they claimed descent from no less than King Arthur and their inheritance included the right of ‘leadership of the Britons’. Whether this is true is open to debate. What is clear..
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There are two Fraser clans, one Lowland and one Highland. They share the same origins, and between them have spawned many Fraser branches throughout Scotland, and hence all around the world. The Frasers originated from Anjou in France, and the name derives from either Fredarius, Fresel or Fresea..
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The Gordons are one of the great families of the north east, although they began their Scottish story in the Borders.  The first certain record of a Gordon is during the reign of William the Lion. Richard of Gordon appears in numerous charters between 1182 and 1232, the dominus (‘lord’) of t..
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Brand: Gaelic Themes Model: F-RM075FG
There are several possible Gaelic origins for this name, but the most likely appears to be 'bheathain', meaning 'lively one'. According to tradition, the ancestor of the Macbains, a noble scion of the royal house of Macbeth, sought out his kin among the descendants of Gillichattan Mor, more comm..
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Clan MacDonald: The Lord of the Isles Clan MacDonald: The Lord of the Isles
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The Lordship of the Isles dominated the Western Isles of Scotland during the middle ages. Emerging from the fusion of Gaelic and Viking cultures under Somerled, the Lords of the Isles descended from Somerled (d.1164). They utilised the iconic Birlinn, an adaptation of the old Viking Longships, altho..
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This name derives from the Gaelic 'Macaonghuis', meaning ‘son of Angus’. The earliest reference to the sons of Angus is given in the seventh-century chronicle, Senchus Fer n'Alban (History of the Men of Scotland). The kindred of Angus are said to have possessed Islay, later to be the seat of the..
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Brand: Gaelic Themes Model: F-RM092FG
This name is rendered in Gaelic as 'Maccoinneach', meaning 'son of the bright one'. The Mackenzies are believed to descend from Gillean of the Aird, the twelfth-century ancestor of the earls of Ross. By 1267 the clan were settled at Eilean Donan, the great castle at Loch Duich. By the beginning ..
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Clan MacLachlan Clan MacLachlan
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Lochlainn was the name of the senior branch of the Ui'neill descendants of the King Niall of the Nine Hostages in Tirconnell, one of the old kingdoms of Ireland. Until 1241 the MacLochlainns were virtual rulers of Ulster, until they suffered defeat at the hands of King Brian O'Neill. The name wa..
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Clan MacLeod Clan MacLeod
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Leod was the younger son of Olaf the Black, one of the last Norse kings of Man and the North Isles. Olaf died around 1237, and Leod inherited the islands of Lewis and Harris, with part of Skye. Marriage to the daughter of the Norse seneschal or steward of Skye brought the family to Dunvegan, whi..
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