Ramsay Blue Hunting Tartan

The Ramsay Blue Hunting Tartan is a relatively modern tartan, with deep historical roots that invites you to uncover the rich tapestry of Clan Ramsay's past. Dating between 1930 and 1950, this tartan finds its origins in the MacGregor-Hastie collection, a cornerstone of the Scottish Tartans Society's cloth archive. The Ramsay Clan's story stretches back to 1124 when Simon de Ramsay embarked on a journey northward with the Earl of Huntingdon. In recognition of his loyalty, he was granted lands in Lothian, setting the stage for a legacy that endures to this day. The Ramsay Clan motto, "Ora Et Labora," meaning "Pray and labor," reflects their unwavering dedication to Scotland's history, including their pivotal support for Robert Bruce's rule. The Ramsays, of Anglo-Norman descent, made their first mark in Scotland in 1124 when Simon de Ramsay received lands in the picturesque landscapes of Lothian. Their Gaelic name, Ramsaidh, is a testament to their enduring connection to the land. The clan's crest, a unicorn's head couped Argent armed Or, speaks to their unique identity.
Now, let's get into the enchanting pattern of the pattern. Its striking blue background is adorned with a mesmerizing array of black and white stripes, carefully woven to create a mesmerizing plaid pattern. The juxtaposition of these colors evokes the rugged beauty of the Scottish highlands, making it a perfect choice for those seeking a piece of Scotland's essence.
And at Scottish Kilt, we take pride in preserving and sharing the rich heritage of Scottish culture. Our commitment is reflected in our diverse offerings, which range from traditional attire to accessories that celebrate Scotland's vibrant history. Join us in embracing the Ramsay Blue Hunting Tartan and experience a piece of Scotland's storied past.