The MacKinnon Tartan is available in a myriad of colors, including white, red and green. The version shown on this page has become popular in recent years. We also sell the ancient MacKinnon Tartan, as well as both the ancient and modern hunting tartans. Click on either image for more details about our products which showcase true color photos of the MacKinnon tartans available to purchase today! Many customers hang sample MacKinnon Tartans on their walls or use them in quilting and crafting endeavors.
County Roscommon Tartan:
County Roscommon is located in the province of Connacht. The name is derived from Roscommon, the city of Roscommon which is the Irish “Ros”, which means a gentle, wooded height, and ‘Comafin’ which is the name of the founder, the first bishop, and abbot of Roscommon. The County Roscommon Tartan is a traditional plaid pattern of red, forest green with bright yellow gold with blue and brown accents.
Western Isles Tartan:
The Sobieski Stuart brothers who published the Vestiarium claimed to be the heirs to a manuscript once in the hands of Prince Charles Edward Stuart himself but the original was never produced for the public. Regarded as a clan tartan and not unlike many other Western Isles Tones variants, Western Isles Tartan features are blue, pink, black, and white sections akin to most Western Isles tributes — predominantly blue with bits of black added in at regular intervals. The actual meaning behind this design is thought to be lost to history.
McGuire Tartan is a southwest part of Northern Ireland, thought to be the place where the Macguire surname originated. Many variations of the name McGuire emerged as it evolved over time. The people of Northern Ireland have retained their sense of pride and unity throughout history, and their adopted heritage is perhaps one way they express their uniqueness in a positive way. Our Custom Made Kilt with the McGuire Tartan will give you this sense of pride and unity. When someone sees your kilt, they instantly know that you are proud to be who you are! To make the experience even grand, we take care of most minute and tiny details to turn your special occasions into proud, cherished moments. The Macguire Tartan Kilt is surely a treasure for you to grace yourself.
The surname comes from the areas of Urquhart located on the western shores of Loch Ness. William the Orchard is the first Sheriff of Cromarty that is recorded at the time of the 13th century Adam Urquhart also received granted the Sheriffship of Cromarty from David II in 1358. This Tartan is green, navy, red, and black in color and emanates a glory like none other. Our Urquhart Tartan is sure to take you back in time to the glorious era of the Scottish Urquhart Clan.
We offer a huge selection of Tartan Kilts in 1400 different Tartans that will allow you to show off your Scottish heritage. So, you can enjoy your Kilts in beautiful designs & styles.