Made with genuine British Millerain waterproof waxed cotton, and a leather-look fabric, this tablet case is protective and durable. The outside design is a sophisticated muted tartan with a regal-looking label, and the inside is a soft leather. The flap is kept closed and secure with velcro.
These superbly detailed clan crest designs are approved by the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, as authentic representations taken from the arms of the Chief of the Clans. Clan Crests have a long and important history in Scotland. In the turbulent history of the Scottish clans it was custom for the Clan Chief to allow members of the clan to use his crest as a badge of allegiance. Crests couldn’t be used without the surrounding belt and the strap and buckle have become an integral part of every clan crest.
The first recorded use of this type of utility knife was in the Crimean War and there is also recorded use in the Boer War. A number of variations were seen during the First World War but use died out thereafter. Because of the cost and complexity of manufacture it was always a gentleman’s accessory. The original had a corkscrew and screwdriver both of which are faithfully reproduced here and we have added a bottle opener as an added feature for modern use.
This stylish, yet practical, messenger bag is made with genuine British Millerain Waxed Cotton, making it waterproof and hardy to protect your possessions. With enough space to comfortably hold an A4 folder or your favourite book, the bag is spacious without being bulky. There is a handy zip compartment on the inside for your valuables and the magnetic fasteners are efficient for quick access.
This wool scarf is soft, warm, and a perfect balance of Scottish tradition and style.
It is made from 100% wool, here in Scotland, and there is a matching scarf available.
The white red and navy checked trim set against the solid navy of the bulk of the scarf works extremely well.