The Grants first emerge in the mid-13th century. Sir Laurence de Grant served as Sheriff of Inverness in 1263. At the same time, Robert, his brother, held lands in Nairnshire. There is also a tradition that the Highland Grants were somehow associated with Clan Gregor as members of Siol Alpin and thus descend from the father of King Kenneth MacAlpin. Certainly they followed Robert the Bruce, John and Randolph de Grant being taken prisoner by the English at the Battle of Dunbar in 1296. Through their loyalty to King Robert, they received the lands of Glenmoriston and Glen Urquhart, and, owning rich lands in the Spey valley, became firmly entrenched as a Highland clan. In 1563, Sir James Grant built Castle Freuchie, the name being changed two centuries later to Castle Grant.
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Strap is multi-adjustable with slider system for perfect personal neck fit.
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Height: 6cm (2.3")
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