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  • Name of Tartan:
    Earl of Inverness (Artefact)
  • ITI Number: 1446
  • Category: Artefact
  • Designer / Source: Unknown
  • Date: pre 1800
Earl of Inverness (Artefact)
  • Notes: An example of the basic Earl of Inverness tartan (#1438) with the white stripe changed to yellow. This is the sett used by James Logan to illustrate his method of recording the threads and colours of tartan patterns. It appears in the first edition of 'The Scottish Gael' and is therefore the first published illustration of a tartan sett. The problems of printing tartan were very much apparent and the illustration showed differences in each volume produced.
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