The Lion rampant was legally used by King William I of Scotland as the great grandson of King Malcolm III Canmore. The Lion Rampant has been used as a heraldic symbol by Royal descendants of Malcolm III beginning with King David I of Scotland The Great Seal was also used by his 2nd great-grandson, Alexander II (1214–1249). Its use in Scotland originated during the reign of Malcolm III (1058–1093), The Lion rampant motif is also used as a badge by those Irish clans who has lineage in common with Malcolm III. Cast from solid, stamped 925 Sterling Silver Nickle free. Length approx. 1.3" (including bail). Width approx. 1.1" Weight approx. 7 grams. Inclusive 18" long 925 Sterling Silver box chain. Jewelry gift box. Longer 925 Sterling Silver box chains for a surcharge.