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Tartans for New Territories

The famous highland tartans of Scotland were originally associated with particular areas or districts, rather than specific families or clans. Like many regional works of art or craft, the designs were reliant on the natural dyes and materials available in that area, and produced by local weavers for local tastes. Woven together as a social fabric, meaning is found not only within the designs of these new tartans, but within the materials themselves.

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