Rattray Tartan Tie


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Perthshire is the native county of this family who take their name from the old Barony of Rattray. They are claimed have been settled in Perthshire in the time Rattray was one of the Barons who attended the Parliament at Ayr in 1315 to settle the succession to the Scottish crown. In 1648 the lands were erected into a free barony called Craighall and Rattray. The name is also found in Aberdeen and Dundee at an early date.

This is a high quality fine wool neck tie. Available in over 500 authentic Tartans and made from our light weight Reiver fabric.

Dimensions 9cm x 142cm

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