The current head is anticipated to be Sir Wayne Broun of Coulston, the 14th Baronet of Colston. Variations of the name "Brown" are present in all European languages. In France, it is referred to as "le Brun," while in German, it is known as "Braun," with other variations including Bron, Browne, Brown, Browne, Brune, Bruin, Braune, and Broun. The surname "le Brune" ("the Brown") can be traced back to Cumberland shortly after the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, a time when this expansive region in northern England was closely tied to the Scottish kingdom. The le Brune family likely belonged to the Norman warriors and their kin who migrated to England and later to Scotland after the conquest. The name appears on the Scottish map in 1128, with Sir David le Brun recorded as a witness to the founding document in Holyrood Abbey.
The Brown Modern Tartan, suitable for various occasions, is typically crafted from Acrylic Wool. It features shades of blue, black, and red, with green lines adding a touch of brightness and balance to the tartan. This tartan pattern enhances the style and elegance of your attire. Our collection includes high-quality kilts, jackets, skirts, and other garments made from this exquisite Bruce Modern Tartan. We pay meticulous attention to the smallest details to ensure that this tartan becomes a sophisticated piece reflecting the refined style of the family, making your experience more elegant.