Boyd Ancient Tartan

The first Boyd family was vassals of The de Morville's an influential Anglo-Norman family that owned properties in the Lowlands which the Boyds likely traveled with from England. The current head of the family Boyd is Robin Jordan Boyd, 8th Baron Kilmarnock. The Boyd family rose to the forefront of politics in the 15th century's mid-century.
Robert Boyd, the oldest child of Sir Thomas Boyd of Kilmarnock, was made Lord Boyd in 1460 by the King James II of Scotland. James II was killed by an explosion of a cannon in 1460, leaving his nine-year-old son to succeed his father to the title of James III. Lord Boyd received the title of the Protector from James III and eventually was named Regent of Scotland. Boyd Ancient Tartan is suitable for any occasion and event. The tartan is typically constructed from Acrylic Wool material. It is characterized by green and light red, black and white colors, with yellow lines. These can lighten the tartan, and give it an extra balance.
This tartan pattern will make your clothes more stylish and elegant. We have a wide selection of quality kilts. jackets, skirts, and other clothes made of this gorgeous Boyd Ancient Tartan. To make your experience more elegant, we take care of the most intricate details that make this tartan a stylish piece that reflects the refined style of the family.