Portencross Castle was constructed in three phases starting around 1360. It was the home of a branch of the Boyds. The lands around Portencross were given to the Boyds of Kilmarnock by King Robert I as a reward for their help at the Battle of Bannockburn. A number of Royal Charters were signed at the castle and it had close links with King Robert II during that period.
University of Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world (after the University of Oxford), and the fourth-oldest surviving university in the world. The official founding of Cambridge University is traced to the enhancement, by a charter in 1231 from King Henry III of England, generation 25 on our family tree.
Inspired by a ‘moment’ from one of Walt Disney’s most successful films — Cinderella, this figurine is produced in a worldwide numbered edition of 250, will be painted by hand meaning no two will be identical, and, as befits such a prestigious study, every piece will be presented with a numbered certificate of authenticity. #disney #FairyGodmother #limitededition #HandMadeinBritain