Lochcarron of Scotland
This is a high quality stole, made from our 100% lambswool blankets. These stoles can be worn over the shoulder like a shawl or worn as a large long scarf. They are very soft and cosy, perfect for a cooler evening. Could wear with casual or formal dress. Also can be used as a throw for your home to lay over a bed or a sofa. It also could even be used outdoors as a lap blanket for spectating outdoor sports during the colder months. Stole Dimensions: 71" x 28" with fringed ends. Dry clean only.
This tartan bears the name of the famous 42nd Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch), the premier Highland Regiment. First raised in 1729, as four Independent Companies of Highlanders to patrol and keep the peace within the Highlands. Their complement was increased in 1739 and the companies formed into a regiment. The Black Watch has a long record of military service to the nation. They were called "Freiceadan Dubh" by the Highlanders in allusion to the sombre colours of their tartan and to their employment as Watchers over the Highlands. The tartan is claimed to be of Campbell origin.