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  • Name of Tartan:
    Black Country (District)
  • ITI Number: 7844
  • Category: District
  • Designer / Source: Tibbetts, Philip Stephen
  • Date: Dec. 2008
Black Country (District)
  • Notes: Designed by Philip Tibbetts of Halesowen, this tartan is primarily black, with a white cross representing the white-hot metal of industry and crossed chains. Red is for fire since the Black Country is famously known as being black by day and red by night. The yellow is from the golden saltire that features on the flag of Mercia - the ancient kingdom of the area. It can only be purchased at www.heartlandheritagewear.com Woven by Marton Mills.
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