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Stewart Tartan Scarf

C2142  
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Made in Scotland from pure lambswool and knitted in traditional Stewart Tartan, our scarf is trimmed with tasselled edges and Laurel Wreath embroidery.

Made in Scotland / Ethically sourced lambswool / Original Scottish Stewart Tartan / Tasselled edges / Laurel Wreath embroidery

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Crafted in Scotland, where they know a thing or two about tartan, our scarves are knitted in ethically-sourced lambswool, in contemporary colour adaptations of traditional Stewart check. As much at home in the Scottish Highlands as it is in underground punk clubs, tartan was originally worn as a symbol of its wearer’s clan – a sign of aristocracy and a long and noble heritage. It was later adopted into streetwear in the ‘60s for very different reasons: a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment. Today its familiar check design remains a key part of the subcultural uniform.

  • 100% Wool
  • Hand Wash
Style
C2142
Colour
Chrome Yellow

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Colour Description Chrome Yellow
SKU C2142-H84
Fabric Composition 100% Wool
Hero H84
Washable Instructions Hand Wash
Gender Mens
Bullet 1 Made in Scotland
Bullet 2 Ethically sourced lambswool
Bullet 3 Original Scottish Stewart Tartan
Bullet 4 Tasselled edges
Bullet 5 Laurel Wreath embroidery
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Further Reading Crafted in Scotland, where they know a thing or two about tartan, our scarves are knitted in ethically-sourced lambswool, in contemporary colour adaptations of traditional Stewart check. As much at home in the Scottish Highlands as it is in underground punk clubs, tartan was originally worn as a symbol of its wearer’s clan – a sign of aristocracy and a long and noble heritage. It was later adopted into streetwear in the ‘60s for very different reasons: a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment. Today its familiar check design remains a key part of the subcultural uniform.
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