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A Demo of the "whole nine yards" Where they take nine yards of tartan, pleat it by hand, belt it and wear it, with enough left over for over the shoulder fly plaid. This was how it was done back in the day, for real.

Scottish Heather - When the wearing of tartan was outlawed after the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, clansmen wore a sprig of their clan’s plant in their bonnet as an act of defiance and identification. Heather is the clan plant of Clan Donald.

Sandtique-Rare-Prints and Mapsfrom Sandtique-Rare-Prints and Maps

Clans & Tartans of Scotland by McIan - "GRAHAM" - Lithograph -1988

Colored engraving which is a reproduction of THE CLANS AND TARTANS OF SCOTLAND by R.R. McIan, originally introduced in 1845. It was published in London in 1988

Beautiful Scottish Kilt Pin. This pin masterly combines three of the most iconic symbols of Scotland – Rampant Lion, Thistle and Claymore Sword. Crafted of lead-free pewter with a sterling silver overlay. Attention getting and a bold look for kilts or jacket collars. 4”L x 2 ¼”W. Imported.

Scottish clan & family encyclopedia: Clans Scotland Highlands -- Tartans Scotland Highlands -- Scotland Genealogy #FamilyHistory