Aberdeen District Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The Aberdeen (Aiberdeen) district tartan, referring to Aberdeen as well as its hinterlands, rural and urban is among of the oldest setts for districts, that date back to the 18th century. The predominant colour of the tartan is red and...
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Adams Clan Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Adams clan tartan is a symbol of the vast family of Adam clan using their surname as Adam or the adamsons. They have distinct individuals or families that adopted tartans as a symbol of their families. Tartans are a symbol...
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Agnew Modern Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The ancestral roots for the name Agnew is not unheard of in the sense that it could have two possible sources. The most popular theory of the story originates from French by origin and comes directly from Barony d'Agneaux in...
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Ainslie Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The name Ainslie is most likely derived of Annesley which is located in Nottinghamshire, England. There was also an Ansley in Warwickshire that was recorded by the name of "Hanslei" in the Domesday Book in 1086 It is derived of...
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Aiton Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The Name is a variation of Ayton which comes from the Ayton lands Ayton (the town located on the Eye) in Berwickshire. Eye) located in Berwickshire.The Aiton motto is "Roses plucked will give a charming smell". The name is a...
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Alexander Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Alexander tartan was used by journalist Mark Alexander at his wedding in 2000. MacLaren, his mother's maid, changed the color of the pattern from yellow to white and red to purple. This tartan can be used by all but first,...
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Anderson of Arbrake Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Clan Anderson is an armigerous clan, which means that the clan's family name or even the names are registered at the Court of the Lord Lyon however, it does not have a recognized chief as a member of the Lyon...
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Angus Modern Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Modern Angus Tartan from the Gaelic Aonghus. The name is one that is found across Scotland. It was first mentioned in the 5th century, it is mentioned as a result of the establishment of the colony known as the Dalriads....
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Arbuthnot Modern Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The land of Arbuthnot were believed to been in the hands belonging to the Swinton family during the time of William I of Scotland. The first time we have heard of the family taking the name Arbuthnot was in 1355, with...
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Armstrong Modern Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Modern Armstrong Heavy Weight Tartan. The Border clan was located in Liddesdale in 1376, and later expanded their influence and power to Annandale. Their warlike chiefs as well as their supporters engaged in battle on both sides the Border and...
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Ailsa Pink Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Marquess of Ailsa Marquess of Ailsa Isle of Ailsa in the County of Ayr, is an official title of the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was established on the 10th September of 1831 in honor of Archibald Kennedy, 12th...
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Ancient Hunter Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Ancient Hunter Tartan name is very widespread all over Scotland. It is, obviously it is derived from the word hunting (or hunt) and in the old records is referred to as Venator. It is difficult to determine the common ancestor...
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Anderson Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Clan Anderson is an armigerous clan. This means that the clan's family name or even the names are registered at the Court of the Lord Lyon and does not have a leader recognized in the Lyon Court. The Clan is managed...
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Andover Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
It is believed that the Andover clan comprised a tribesmen's group which was headed by Titus Andover that attacked Willoughby, Texas. Prior to there was the Blackout those who were part of the clan were students at a boarding institution which...
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Abercrombie Modern Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The Abercrombie Modern Tartan can be traced back to 1831, when it was recorded in a book of James Logan called '' The Scottish Gael'' The name's origin comes from the tiny parish that is Abercromby located in Fife. The...
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Agnew Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The ancestral roots for the name Agnew is not unheard of in the sense that it could have two possible sources. The most popular theory of the story originates from French by origin and comes directly from Barony d'Agneaux in...
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All Ireland Blue Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Although the tartan is not new It is fitting that tartans are available to facilitate Irish usage, since the Scots who are typically identified with tartans have Irish heritage, the Irish being referred to in early Roman rule in Britain...
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Alberta Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The Alberta tartan is named in honor of Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria who served as Canadian Vice-Regal Consort while Her husband served as Governor General of Canada. The Alberta tartan is mostly light blue...
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Allison Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Allison is the name that Allison was first utilized by two brothers from Alexander McAlister of Loupe, who emigrated with a few of their supporters to the Avondale parish. Avondale within Lanarkshire. The name Allison can be traced back for...
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Amnesty International Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Amnesty International is the largest human rights organization worldwide and also the first one to possess the distinction of having its own Tartan. The organization is recognized by the United Nations and a Nobel Peace Prize winner, Amnesty International is supported...
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Anderson Ancient Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
Clan Anderson is an armigerous clan, which means that the clan's family name or even the names are registered at the Court of the Lord Lyon however, it does not have a recognized chief in the Lyon Court. The Clan...
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Angus District Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
This name is common all over Scotland. It was first mentioned in the 5th century, it is mentioned as a result of the establishment of the colony of Dalriads. The Earldom of Angus is among the oldest of Scotland was given to...
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Arbuthnot Tartan Heavyweight 16oz
The land of Arbuthnot were believed to been in the hands belonging to the Swinton family during the time of William I of Scotland. The first documented instance of the family being given the name Arbuthnot is in 1355 . Philip...
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