- MacLean of Duart Weathered Tartan Lambswool Stole
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: 28" x 71" with fringed ends. Dry clean only.
This clan held extensive lands in the Western Isles and mainland of the Highlands. They claim descent from Gillean of the Battle Axe, who lived during the reign of King Alexander III. The MacLeans followed the MacDonalds, Lords of the Isles, and fought at the Battle of Harlaw in 1411. They became powerful, but declined in influence in the 16th century. They were Royalists and supported the Royal Stuarts. In 1632 Lachlan MacLean of Morven was created a Baronet. At the Battle of Inverkeithing seven MacLeans, all brothers, died trying to protect their chief. As each fell he called, "Another for Hector".
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