Clan MacKenzie

My great grandmother, Annie MacKenzie immigrated from the Isle of Skye to Scotland County, North Carolina in 1880 at the young age of 4. She instilled in my grandmother and mother a sense of pride in where they came from, and they passed this pride on to me. Although my last name is different, I am still a MacKenzie. She passed away when I was 4 years old, but I still have fond memories of her.

When I discovered my talent for leather work, I wanted a way to pay homage to my roots, so I designed several items to show off my clan pride. The Clan MacKenzie leather armband came first, followed by the Clan MacKenzie Sporran. I now have Clan MacKenzie Crest Cuffs available as well.

This is the Clan MacKenzie armband. Show off your Celtic spirit and clan pride with this unique leather cuff. All of your friends will want to know where you got this.

This armband is 3 sizes in one. The sizing holes are 7 inch, 8 inch, and 9 inches. Trim the excess length to fit. These armbands are available now.

This is the MacKenzie of Seaforth Clan Crest Leather Cuff. It features the clan crest and motto embossed on the leather and surrounded by Celtic knot work to create a beautiful leather band. This cuff is a one size fits all bracelet with buckles and has five holes for sizing at 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, and 9 inches.

This is the MacKenzie of Kintail Clan Crest Leather Cuff. It features the clan crest and motto embossed on the leather and surrounded by Celtic knot work to create a beautiful leather band. This cuff is a one size fits all bracelet with buckles and has five holes for sizing at 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, and 9 inches.

This is the Clan MacKenzie Sporran. It is a Rob Roy style sporran with an Interchangeable Flap. The bag is made from black deer tanned leather. The flap is full grain vegetable tanned leather with the MacKenzie crest and motto “Luceo Non Uro” (Shine Not Burn) embossed into it.

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