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  • Name of Tartan:
    Aberlour Bicentenary (Commemorative)
  • ITI Number: 10563
  • Category: Commemorative
  • Designer / Source: Gillespie, John
  • Date: 1st Dec. 2011
  • Slog: GBG:GBG
  • Colour Sequence: GBGBGOGBGBGBGBG
  • Thread Count: Available to STA members only
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  • Notes: Based on the Grant family tartan, this design has been created to commemorate the bicentenary of Aberlour. Aberlour was founded in 1812 by Charles Grant of Elchies who was a leading light of the community. Charles Grant was born in Strondhu, Knockando in 1807 and was headmaster at Aberlour School from 1844 to 1874. Colours: green from the surrounding hills and the Aberlour coat of arms; blue, Scotland?s national colour and reminiscent of the river Spey; gold, the colour of barley and whisky; purple, for heather and the thistle. Woven by Knockando Woolmill.
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  • Aberlour Bicentenary (Commemorative)
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