Give the Gift of Lord or Lady Title with Established Titles!
Looking for a unique Christmas Present? I’ve got one for you that will blow your gift receipts away.
Established Titles is the best gift to give! You may purchase a plot of land in Scotland for as little as $49.95 and become a Lord today! A great gift for friends & family, you’ll receive personalized certificates ready within 24 hours. Established Titles, Title Packs are based on a historic Scottish land ownership custom, where landowners have been long referred to as "Lairds", the Scottish term for "Lord", with the female equivalent being "Lady".
I absolutely love my title, I must admit I’ve always been fascinated with Scotland, my goal is to visit and learn about the rich culture and everything it has to offer.
The history of Scotland begins with the arrival of the Roman Empire in the 1st century, when the province of Britannia reached as far north as the Antonine Wall. North of this was Caledonia, inhabited by the Picti, whose uprisings forced Rome's legions back to Hadrian's Wall. As Rome finally withdrew from Britain, Gaelic raiders called the Scoti began colonising Western Scotland and Wales. Prior to Roman times, prehistoric Scotland entered the Neolithic Era about 4000 BC, the Bronze Age about 2000 BC, and the Iron Age around 700 BC.
The Gaelic kingdom of Dál Riata was founded on the west coast of Scotland in the 6th century. In the following century, Irish missionaries introduced the previously pagan Picts to Celtic Christianity. Following England's Gregorian mission, the Pictish king Nechtanchose to abolish most Celtic practices in favour of the Roman rite, restricting Gaelic influence on his kingdom and avoiding war with Anglian Northumbria. Towards the end of the 8th century, the Viking invasions began, forcing the Picts and Gaels to cease their historic hostility to each other and to unite in the 9th century, forming the Kingdom of Scotland.
Imagine, this is just the tip of the iceberg with Scotland’s history. How glorious to be part of the beautiful culture!
The plots for Lordship and Ladyship title packs purchased before and including the 23rd June 2020 are located on our estate in Dumfries and Galloway and, after the 23rd June 2020, on our estate in Aberdeenshire. Both locations are beautiful and secluded woodlands.
Ye Olde Established Titles wast setteth up to preserve woodland in Scotland while eke making a unique gift for those looking for something different. T'was started by Katerina Yip who had fallen in loveth with the breathtaking sights of the Scottish countryside on trips madeth during her timeth studying Law at the University of Durham, and subsequently living in the medieval city of York.
Having stumbled across the Scottish custom of landowners being referred to as Lairds (Scots for Lord) the Lady bethought combining this with 1 square foot plots wouldst beest a wonderful way of preserving woodland in Scotland, while making a most wondrous gift for those looking for something special. The Lady did starteth Established Titles as a side project and currently works on Land Assets at Galton Voysey Limited as an Entrepreneur in Residence.
The Lady plans on making her home in Scotland one day deep within the Highlands, with nature right on her dotherstep and welcomes all good men and womyn to joineth her in becoming a Lord or Lady as well.
* Do I need to be of a certain nationality in order to buy a title pack?
No, you do not - our title packs are available to all nationalities and ages.
*Can I refer to myself as a Lord or Lady?
Yes, our title packs are based on a historic Scottish land ownership custom where landowners have been long referred to as "Lairds", the Scottish term for "Lord", with the female equivalent being "Lady". Most jurisdictions will allow you to update your title when you choose to do so.
*Can I use the titles of Lord or Lady on my documents?
Yes, you are able to change your title on documents in most instances.
*Can you buy the title pack for someone else?
Yes - all that’s required is their name.
Disclaimer~ I was gifted a titleship however opinions are of my own.