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Hannay Ancient

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  • Mill: Loch
  • Weight: 16 oz.
  • Clan Motto: Per Ardua Ad Alta ("Through difficulties to Heaven")
  • Notes:

    Recorded as the official Hannay clan tartan in Lyon Court LCB 54 dated 19th December 1984. STS notes say: "The Hannay tartan has been long established in the South West of Scotland. An old kilt worn by Commander Alex Hannay (1788 - 1844) was discovered by his descendant, Miss Anne Hannay, in the family chest and came into the possession of Councillor John Hannay, a well known tartan designer and collector. He created a new design based on the old which included a red stripe. This sett was produced around 1950 by Messrs Galt of Galloway. The black and white check is a common feature of Lowland tartans origin."