Rare Pair of English Canon pattern Silver Servers, London 1929-30, D & J Welby.
Rare Pair of English Canon pattern Silver Servers, London 1929-30, D & J Welby. TheServers in the form of runcible and basting spoon, crest and coat of arms for Fergusson. Lengths: 11 inches. Total Item Weight: 215.58 grams. Arms: Fergusson of Kilkerran, chief of Clan Fergusson Blazon: Azure a buckle Argent between three boars' heads couped close Or Crest: Ref: Fairbairn’s plate 150/9, pp 198 Fergusson or Ferguson rt. Hon. Sir James, Bart., of Kilkerran., a bee on a thistle ppr. Robert Bruce granted certain lands in Ayrshire to Fergus MacFergus, and in 1466 John Fergusson resigned a portion of his estate to Fergus Fergusson (of Kilkerran), his son, and Janet Kennedy, his wife. The current Chief is Sir Charles Fergusson of Kilkerran, 9th Baronet, who resides in the ancestral home near Maybole Ayrshire - recognised by the Lord Lyon of Scotland since the early 18th century as the Chief of all Fergus(s)ons.