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  • Name of Tartan:
    Culloden - 1893 (O&R)
  • Alternative Name: Culloden Gold, Ancient MacHardy
  • ITI Number: 1328
  • Category: District
  • Designer / Source: Unknown
  • Date: 1893
Culloden - 1893 (O&R)
  • Notes: This seems to be the sett which spawned a series of similar tartans with their design variously ascribed to Hugh Macpherson, Laird-Portch and Thomas Gordon of Glasgow. Worn by a member of Prince Charles' staff during the battle but it is not known with which family or district it was first connected. It was first illustrated in Old & Rare in 1893 by D W Stewart whose son D C Stewart was a founder member of the Scottish Tartans Society. According to Dr Gordon Teall (District Tartans) it is now firmly established as a district tartan and 'use and wont' would appear to confirm that - this is the sett woven by Lochcarron & House of Edgar. Coulson Bonner refers to this as Culloden or Ancient MacHardy.
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  • Culloden - 1893 (O&R)
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