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Agnew Clan Ancient Tartan Tie

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Model: agntt
Price: $24.99

Weight: 0.25lbs

Tartan Ties are the perfect answer to wear when you are not in your kilt! Show your clan pride with our vast selection of Tartan Ties. Made in reiver ... more info
Alberta Tartan Fabric

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Model: CTRV/ALB
Price: $59.98

Weight: 0.5lbs

Alberta Tartan Fabric. Reiver 10oz Tartan Fabric, sold by the Yard , 150cm wide. Woven in Scotland.
All Ireland Blue Tartan Fabric

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Model: CTRV/AI/BLU
Price: $59.98

Weight: 0.5lbs

Although this tartan is of recent origin, it seems fitting that tartans should exist for Irish use, as the Scots who are normally associated with ... more info
All Ireland Green Tartan Fabric

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Model: CTRV/AI/G
Price: $59.98

Weight: 0.5lbs

Although this tartan is of recent origin, it seems fitting that tartans should exist for Irish use, as the Scots who are normally associated with ... more info
All Ireland Red Tartan Fabric

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Model: CTRV/AI/R
Price: $59.98

Weight: 0.5lbs

Although this tartan is of recent origin, it seems fitting that tartans should exist for Irish use, as the Scots who are normally associated with ... more info

Model: 34
Price: $43.99

Weight: 0.5lbs

1.5" (3.5cm) Diameter
Allison Ancient Heavy Weight Tartan Fabric

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Model: CTST/ALL/A
Price: $74.99

Weight: 0.5lbs

Strome 16oz Tartan Fabric, sold by the yard, 138cm wide. Ancient Allison Heavy Weight Tartan. . The name Allison was first used by two sons of ... more info
Allison Clan Tartan Tie

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Model: alltt
Price: $24.99

Weight: 0.25lbs

Tartan Ties are the perfect answer to wear when you are not in your kilt! Show your clan pride with our vast selection of Tartan Ties. Made in reiver ... more info

Model: YJK/ALL/M
Price: $209.99

Weight: 2lbs

This is a high quality kerry jacket, made from our 100% lambswool . It is very soft and cosy, perfect for a cooler evening. Could wear with casual or ... more info
Allison Modern Tartan Fabric

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Model: CTRV/ALL/M
Price: $59.98

Weight: 0.5lbs

The name Allison was first used by two sons of Alexander McAlister of Loupe, who moved with some of their followers to the parish of Avondale in ... more info
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