Gunn Clan

Gunni came to the Caithness at the end of the 12th century when his wife, Ragnhild, inherited estates there from her brother, Harald, Jarl of Orkney. His wife was descended from St. Ragnvald, founder of the great cathedral of St. Magnus at Kirkwall. Gunn, whose name itself meant ‘war’, descended from Viking adventurers. The first chief of Clan Gunn to appear in records was George Gunn, who was coroner of Caithness in the 15th century. The Gunns were never a large clan and often found themselves in conflict with several more powerful neighbors, such as the MacKays and the Keith’s.

This is a short extract from the full Clan history which accompanies each of our flags. Presented on fine art paper, your Clan history can be displayed with pride.

Gunn Crest

Gunn Clan - Tartan, actual size

This flag style would typically be flown outdoors or on a vertical or angled flagpole or on display indoors on an indoor flagpole.
This is our most-popular selling design
(137cm x 69cm)

This flag is designed to be flown on a flagpole set at a 45 degree angle perhaps on the side of a house or office. When hug in this manner the crest will hang parallel to the building and the clan crest will show clearly.
(69cm x 137cm)

This flag can be used indoors or outdoors.  Perhaps above a fireplace or bar or hung on a wall like a tapestry.  If used outdoors it will hang parallel to the building on a horizontal flagpole. 
(69cm x 102cm)