Bruce of Kinnaird Antique Tartan Lambswool Jacket

Approximately 4-5 weeks


The Bruce of Kinnaird Antique Tartan Lambswool Jacket is a soft green and pink base with black, yellow and white overchecks  and is the perfect complement to any wardrobe. It is a great layering piece that makes it a versatile garment for the winter, spring and fall, and can be draped delicately over the shoulders to give a classic and elegant look. Featuring two pockets and a small scarf that can be wrapped over the shoulders or draped in the front, this layering jacket can be worn over shirts, sweaters or coats. Available in one size only.

This name was adopted by the Bruce family when some of the Bruces of Clackmannan acquired land at Kinnaird in Stirlingshire. The Bruce of Kinnaird tartan was copied from a coat which is said to date from the mid-18th century. This was in the possession of the Bruces of Kinnaird. The present Lord Bruce decided to adopt this as the family tartan and had tartan woven from the setting of the old coat. This is now used in ordinary wear by the Elgin family.

Dimensions: 140cm x 180cm (55" x 70") including roped fringe.

Composition: 100% Lambswool.

Wash Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only.

Made proudly at Lochcarron mill in the heart of the Scottish Borders.

Our model is 5ft 5" in height.