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Tartan Details - Crieff & Strathearn Museum

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Crieff & Strathearn Museum" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 14192
Designer: Wilton, Brian
Tartan date: 30/11/2023
Registration date: 30 January 2024
Category: Corporate
Restrictions: Yes. This is a promotional tartan and is intended to be worn by all purchasers.
This tartan cannot be offered for sale, woven or produced in any commercial form without the express permission of the copyright holders, the Crieff & Strathearn Museum.

Copyright rests with the Crieff & Strathearn Museum.
Registration notes: The Crieff & Stathearn Museum tartan blends notable historical elements of the town and its surroundings. Based on the Royal Stewart tartan (reputed to have been worn on social occasions by Bonnie Prince Charlie), it commemorates the Prince’s connection with Crieff – on his way to fateful Culloden, his horse was shod by a local King Street blacksmith and his war council was held uphill from the old Drummond Arms in James Square. The town also knew Rob Roy MacGregor, his escapades and dealings at the famous annual cattle market, the Crieff Tryst, and the design includes red and black of the Old MacGregor/Rob Roy tartan. The colours of the design also echo those of the Drovers’ Tryst tartan, the browns and greens of the moors, forests and grazings that comprised the ancient drove routes to the Crieff markets. Finally, the central blue on green is intended to represent Strathearn, the broad valley of the river Earn where the ‘frontier town’ of Crieff was originally established on the Knock of Crieff.
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