Sir Walter Scott Tartan

Smibert was produced for his own use by Sir Walter Scott in 1822, and he wore it in private, in the form of a Lowland shepherd's plaid. There is no supporting evidence for Smibert's claim and it is likely that the incorrect reproduced the Shepard Check from the portrait of Scott in the Rhymer’s Glen by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer c.1832-34. Sir Walter Scott Tartan features are a combination of mixed colors of white and black, and also blue lines.
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 Sir Walter Scott 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.