Nova Scotia Tartan

The Nova Scotia Tartan is a symbol of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located on the east coast of North America. Its name, meaning "New Scotland," is a nod to the province's Scottish heritage. The tartan design was created by Mrs. Douglas Murray, President of the Halifax N. S. Weavers Guild in 1953 as an alternative backdrop for an exhibition on farming. It is the first officially acknowledged Canadian Provincial tartan and was approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council in September 1955. This was also the first tartan that was included in the records from the Court of Lord Lyon. The colors of the Nova Scotia Tartan are carefully chosen to represent the natural beauty and rich history of the province. The white and blue symbolize the ocean, the greens represent the forests, the red is the Royal Lion on the shield of the arms of the Province, and the gold symbolizes the Province's, Royal Charter.
At Scottish Kilt, we pride ourselves on offering a wide-ranging selection of tartan patterns that cater to all tastes and styles. From kilts and skirts to accessories, our inventory is diverse and inclusive. Our kilts are available in both traditional and modern designs, including the timeless Great Kilt. In addition, we have a vast assortment of tartan products, ranging from contemporary kilts to skirts in various lengths and styles, as well as scarves, shawls, ties, and sashes. We understand the importance of authenticity when it comes to Scottish attire, which is why we only use premium tartan fabrics and skilled craftsmanship to create our products. Our commitment to quality ensures that our customers receive genuine Scottish attire that enhances their appearance and imbues them with confidence.