Is there anything more country than a classic wool tartan throw? Draped over your sofa or chair, spread on the ground at a picnic, tossed in the car for added warmth or wrapped around the base of your Christmas tree, you’ll find endless uses for these colorful, traditional blankets.
Lochcarron has been weaving quality tartan in the Scottish Boarders for over 60 years and is the world’s leading manufacturer of this timeless fabric.
MacLeod of Harris Antique Tartan
“Leod, son of Olaf, King of Man, is the progenitor of this clan. They acquired Dunvegan at an early date. The MacLeods of Dunvegan and Harris are known as Siol Tormod, and the MacLeods of Lewis as Siol Torquil. The MacLeods of Dunvegan and Harris are recognised as the senior family. They were a powerful clan and had great influence in the Highlands. The 13th chief, Rory Mor, was knighted in 1603 by James VI. They supported King Charles II at Worcester in 1651, when almost 700 MacLeods are said to have been killed. They did not support the Jacobite Risings of 1715 and 1745.”
72” x 56”
Woven in Scotland