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The Clan MacKenzie wooden wedding band is a one-of-a-kind way to celebrate your ancestry and family heritage. This black, white, and red tartan pattern created by the Mackenzie Lord Macleod’s 73rd Highland Regiment hails all the way back to the early 1700’s. We combined this tartan with the rich brown hues of Rosewood, a wood used in bagpipe creation.
Clan Mackenzie Tartan Wood Wedding Band Features:
- Dark brown Rosewood wedding band
- A center ring inlay of authentic Mackenzie Clan Tartan
- Dual 14k rose gold inlays of your choosing
- Fit: Comfort Fit
- Size: 10
- Width: 9mm
- Handcrafted to order in North Carolina, USA
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Scottish/Irish Heritage Tartan Ring
We love rings with a story and we want you to connect with something meaningful. In a world that is so steeped in the virtual, family roots and heritage have become more and more important. They help keep us grounded.
The Tartan patterns for Scottish and Irish clans hail back centuries, to a time of kings and queens, and warriors and clans. Proud Scots and Irish all over the world still connect with their ancestors of yore. As RL Stevenson says,
"For that is the mark of the Scot of all classes . . . there burns alive in him a sense of identity with the dead, even to the twentieth generation."
We knew this would be a difficult but incredibly meaningful ring design, and we're so happy to finally bring it to you.
The Tartan Patterns of Your Ancestors
We wanted to be as flexible as possible in the tartan patterns available, so we've connected with a company in Scotland that makes a pattern for nearly every clan there is.
Dual 14k Rose Gold Inlays
The 14k rose gold inlays tie the elements together and add a touch of class; a touch of Main Street with the Rustic appeal.
Each Ring is Handcrafted in North Carolina
As a small business owner and craftsman, it is my honor to play a small role in the new "Made in USA" movement that is taking place across the nation and to do so by sharing part in our American heritage.
* Information gathered from the Scottish Register of Tartans