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  • Name of Tartan:
    Hamilton (Clan)
  • ITI Number: 477
  • Category: Clan/Family
  • Designer / Source: Vestiarium Scoticum
  • Date: 1842
Hamilton (Clan)
  • Notes: STS notes: First recorded in the Vestiarium Scoticum which was supposedly based on an ancient manuscript now known to have been forged. The original illustration shows the three main stripes in a very dark shade of blue. There is no evidence of a Hamilton tartan prior to the publication of this spectacular work. The authors, the Sobieski Stuart brothers, enjoyed a popular following amongst the Scottish gentry of the period and it is probable that the design can be attributed to Charles Edward Stuart (Allan Hay) . These colours from Kilbarchan sample.
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