A catalog of the early 1900’s showed a tie in this ‘Brown’ tartan.
John Brown, Queen Victoria’s Highland servant, usually wore a tweed kilt claiming that although of Highland origin, he had no claim to any specific tartan.
This sett has also been seen sold as Grady
Scottish clans (from Gaelic clann, “progeny”), give a sense of identity and shared descent to people in Scotland and to their relations throughout the world, with a formal structure of Clan Chiefs recognized by the court of the Lord Lyon, King of Arms which acts as an authority concerning matters of heraldry and Coat of Arms.
Most clans have their own tartan patterns, usually dating from the 19th century, and members of the clan may wear kilts, plaids, sashes, ties, scarves, or other items of clothing made of the appropriate tartan as a badge of membership and as a uniform where appropriate.
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