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Territory of the Stewart clan:

Walter, son of Alan, a Norman Baron, who came over with the Conqueror, was appointed Steward of the Household by David I, and from him descended the clan which afterwards supplied Scotland with her dynasty of Stewart (or Stuart) Kings. The ramifications of the clan extend from Badenoch to Galloway.

for a more detailed map click on the above link

Arms & motto of the Stewart clan:

Arms: Quarterly. 1 & 4, Or, a fess chequy azure and argent. 2 & 3 Argent, a galley, sails trussed up, flags gules, and oars in action.
Crest: A unicorn's head argent, maned, horned and bearded or.
Supporters:Two roebucks proper.
Ancient motto: "Quhidder will zie" (Whither will ye)
Badge: Thistle
Stewart trading cards:  

The card on the left was issued in 1927 by Mitchell cigarettes and reissued in 1993 by William Grant the distillers. It shows the Stewart tartan and a portrait of Prince Charles Edward Louis Philip Casimir, known as "Bonnie Prince Charlie". Born in Rome in 1720; and died there in 1788. His attempt to regain the kingdom of his fathers, while they caused the dissolution of the Highland clans, proved the source of inspiration for much that is best in the song, story and romance of Scotland.

You can buy framed reproductions of these cards: scroll down for more info

Stewart gifts:
Code: GUFA
  Reproductions of the trading card and a print of the Stewart tartan mounted and framed in black wood frames approx 14x17cm overall size.
Price: £8.50 / US$ 14 each plus p&p. How to order? - click here

We have a number of Scotland related items of our own for sale. Click here to go to our shop.

Click on the Clan Shop link to the right for lots of Stewart gifts and a wealth of Scottish gifts offered by the Scotch Corner Stores

The Clan Shop
This site is run by Frames and Faces, London. tel: 020 8241 0266. email: