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  • Name of Tartan:
    Beguinot, (Personal)
  • Alternative Name: Bguinot, Stphane (Personal)l)
  • ITI Number: 10540
  • Category: French Personal
  • Designer / Source: Bguinot, Stphanene
  • Date: 26/12/2011
  • Slog: ..BGRYGG..
  • Colour Sequence: BGRYGGRWRGGYRGBYBY
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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  • Notes: Asymmetric. This asymmetric tartan was created by St?phane B?guinot for his immediate family and his descendants. The design was inspired by the Highlands of Scotland, with the lochs (blue), the forests (bold green), the glens (light green (the designer?s favourite colour), the mountains (brown/red and green), the heather (crimson/red and blue), the patches of mist and ghosts (white) and the paths (yellow). It incorporates colours for France (represented by their flag colours: blue, white and red) and Scotland (represented by its flag colours: blue and white). The red colour represents the berries of the Rowan tree, perhaps providing their mystical protection to the tartan wearer. The colours are also inspired by the escutcheons of Finist?re and Cantal, representing Bretagne and Auvergne, French regions where the designer spent much of his young life and where he has always found similarities with Scotland (countryside, music). May be worn by anyone, provided the wearer maintains high standards of courtesy and behaviour.
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