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Tartan Details - Bruma

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Bruma" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 11571
Designer: Aguilar Teixeira, Ricardo
Tartan date: 17/05/2016
Registration date: 1 July 2016
Category: Other
Restrictions: Yes. For the exclusive use of the designer, his immediate family and descendants.
May not be worn/woven without the written permission of the designer.
Commercial sale not allowed.

Registration notes: This tartan was designed to celebrate the wedding in Scotland of the designer and his wife on the 17th May 2016. Bruma, the Portuguese word for mist is associated with the island of Madeira, Portugal, the designer’s home. The red crossed lines symbolise the cross of the Knights Templar or "Order of Christ" based on 16th century Portuguese discoveries, and the subtle colour shades represent Madeira.
Registrant details: [email protected]
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