Strath Blue Tartan

Strath Blue Tartan is a stunning and well-known pattern that is steeped in Scottish historical records. This particular tartan is connected to it being part of the Strath Blue Clan which is an ethnic group that is believed to originate out of the Strathclyde region in Scotland. It is believed that the Strathclyde region of Scotland was a mighty kingdom that existed in present-day Scotland between the 6th and the 10th century. Strath Blue Tartan, the wide river that flows through the River Clyde, was an independent kingdom of Britons who spoke a language that was similar to Welsh until the 11th century. it was the capital of Dumbarton ('fort of the Britons'), on the north bank of the river, but the majority of the territory it occupied was located to the south, located in the southwest region of Scotland. After the capture of Dumbarton Rock by a Viking army from Dublin in 870 and the name Strathclyde becomes popular possibly indicating a shift from the middle part of the Kingdom to Govan.
Strath Blue Tartan features dark blue and black colors and red stripes. Strath Blue Tartan is a distinctive pattern. Strath Blue Tartan is a distinctive pattern of green and blue stripes, interspersed with fine white lines. The green stripes are a representation of the fertile and lush landscape in the Strathclyde region. The blue stripes represent the numerous rivers and lochs in the region. These white stripes have been thought to symbolize the snow that blankets the mountains and hills in the region. They have a long and proud past and the members of this clan can trace their roots to the Kingdom of Strathclyde. Strath Blue Tartan Strath Blue Tartan has become an important symbol for Strath Blue Clan members. Strath Blue Clan, and is a symbol of pride for the members of the clan throughout Scotland and all over the world.