Durie Tartan

The Duries were the owners of their estate at Craigluscar close to Dunfermline, Fife, and the properties known as Durie located in the town of Scoonie close to Leven, Fife. A house built in Craigluscar likely around 1520, has the initials of George Durie and his wife Margaret Bruce. The style for Durie Tartan is believed to be an inspiration for the Argyle Southern Highlanders and Argyle regimental tartan. The yellow color is derived taken from the dress (military uniforms for evening wear) faces (lapels) while the red is a symbol of that of the Durie family's French roots.
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 Durie 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. You may order any of the below-listed products in this tartan, and we will make your required garments exactly as per your given measurements.