MacIver Tartan

The MacIver Clan's history is a fascinating one, filled with tales of strength, loyalty, and perseverance. The clan originated in Argyllshire in the 13th century when Iver Crom owned some lands and conquered the lands of Cowal for King Alexander II. In 1292, they inherited some lands, and about 1500, Iver MacIver of Lergachonzie became the clan's chief. Over the years, this Clan faced numerous challenges, including forfeitures, rebellion, and changes in name and arms. One of the most significant events in their history was their support of Archibald, 9th Earl of Argyll, during the rebellion of 1685. Unfortunately, this support led to the forfeiture of their lands. However, after the Revolution of 1688, the clan's estates were restored to Duncan, the son of Iver, on the condition that he and the heirs of this family assume the name and bear the arms of Campbell. Despite these challenges, this Clan remained strong and resilient. They continued to play an important role in the history of Scotland, including in the Jacobite Rebellion uprising of 1745. Today, this Tartan serves as a symbol of the clan's enduring legacy and unwavering spirit.
This MacIver Tartan's predominant colors are red, black, and white, creating a striking and bold visual impact. The pattern features thick black and red stripes with thin white stripes separating them. This tartan features a distinctive pattern of bold red, black, and white stripes, perfectly woven to create a striking and memorable design. The colors of the this Tartan have significant meaning, with red representing strength and bravery, black symbolizing solidarity and determination, and white representing purity and integrity.
At Scottish Kilt, we are proud to offer this Tartan as part of our extensive range of traditional Scottish kilts. Our collection of tartan kilts includes a wide range of styles and patterns. Our goal is to provide you with a kilt that is not only stylish but also comfortable and durable, ensuring that you can enjoy wearing it for years to come.