TARTANS

Colourful check designs, adopted in Scotland by Highland clans and families, as a means of identification. In 1538 James V of Scotland called for an order of “tertane”, which was likely, the basic black & white or brown & cream checks that lowland shepherds wove from the wool of their sheep. Tartan cloth is woollen or worsted in twill weave. The traditional garment is the pleated kilt, but is also now used for trousers, shawls, scarves and other fashion garments.

 

5008W-A01 Mackenzie 5008W/A01
MacKenzie
4895W-A01 Rob Roy 4895W/A01
Rob Roy
5009-A01 Dress Gordon 5009/A01
Dress Gordon
4894-A01Camel Thompson 4894/A01
Camel Thompson
3319-A01Farquharson 3319/A01
Farquharson
3321-A01 Gordon 3321/A01
Gordon
3320-A01 Royal Stewart 3320/A01
Stewart
3318-A01 Black Watch 3318/A01
Black Watch
Content
All fabrics (except Gordon & Stewart) 100% Wool
Dress Gordon 100% Wool (Worsted)

Gordon & Stewart 88% Wool/12% PA
Width
148cm
Weight
MacKenzie 380 g/lm
Rob Roy 500 g/lm
Dress Gordon 290 g/lm
Camel Thompson 375 g/lm
Farquharson & Black Watch 600 g/lm
Gordon & Stewart 310 g/lm

 

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