Ailsa Gold Tartan

The Marquess of Ailsa is an official title of the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and is associated with the Isle of Ailsa in the County of Ayr. The first Marquess was established as the Baron Ailsa of the Peerage of the United Kingdom on 12 November 1806, and the title is derived from Ailsa Craig, an island in the Firth of Clyde. The family's seat was at Cassillis House and Culzean Castle, both located near Maybole, Ayrshire. The Marquess of Ailsa is the clan chief of hereditary Clan Kennedy, and James Kennedy, Archbishop of St Andrews, was the younger brother of the former Lord Kennedy.
The Ailsa Gold Tartan is a Scottish tartan pattern that is designed and made using 21st-century trends, styles, and trends in mind. The tartan features a stunning and striking golden colour that varies between softly bolded and firmly curled to create a lively but soft pattern that feels fresh. The tartan pattern also includes additional colors of white, beige and red stripers that run horizontally and vertically, adding to its intricate design. It is a stylish piece that reflects the refined style of the family, and its intricate details and beautiful color make it a stunning addition to any outfit.
At Scottish kilt, we offer a range of tartan patterns including kilts, skirts, and tartan accessories. Our kilts come in classic and contemporary styles, including the traditional Great Kilt. We also have a diverse range of tartan products beyond just the Great Kilt. Our collection includes traditional and modern kilts, tartan skirts in various lengths and styles, and tartan accessories such as scarves, shawls, ties, and sashes. All our products are made from high-quality tartan fabrics with expert craftsmanship, ensuring you look and feel your best in authentic Scottish attire.