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Tartan Details - William Glen and Son

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "William Glen and Son" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10458
Designer: Purse/Teviotdale
Tartan date: 01/07/2010
Registration date: 19 July 2011
Category: Corporate
Restrictions: Yes. Contact William Glen and Son if you wish to use this tartan.
Woven by The House of Edgar, a division of Macnaughton Holdings Ltd.


Registration notes: Designed by Darren Purse and Gemma Teviotdale to commemorate 140 years of trading within Scotland and latterly in Canada and USA by William Glen and Son. The colours chosen reflect the landscape of Callander, where William Glen and Son is based. Callander is a small village sitting at the foot of Ben Ledi (Beacon Mountain). It lies within The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, which encompasses the Ben Lomond National Memorial Park, (Designated Memorial) for the First and Second World Wars. The Glen family estate, Callandrade, sits directly within these parameters in Callander. Colours: charcoal represents Ben Ledi; white represents the snow-clad hills; grey represents the waters of Loch Lomond; black represents the darkness of War and those who have fallen; burgundy represents the Autumn colours of the Trossachs.
Woven Sample: A woven sample of this tartan has been received by the Scottish Register of Tartans for permanent preservation in the National Records of Scotland.
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