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Clan MacIvor, Scotland by R.R Mclan from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands | 1845

Clan MacIvor, Scotland by R.R Mclan from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands | 1845

Angus MacDonell; Scottish Highlander (MacLeay) by Dezine Design

"Angus MacDonell Scottish Highlander MacLeay" by Dezine Design

Angus MacDonell; Scottish Highlander (MacLeay) by Dezine Design

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"Grant Fraser Scottish Highlanders MacLeay" by Dezine Design

8 - Shape, 9 - Contrast, 7 - Length, 8 - Materials 8 - Proportions

Clan Menzies, Scotland by R.R Mclan from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands | 1845

Clan Menzies, Scotland by R.R Mclan from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands | 1845

A clan badge, sometimes called a plant badge, is a badge or emblem, usually a sprig of a specific plant, that is used to identify a member of a particular Scottish clan.[1] They are usually worn in a bonnet[2] behind the Scottish crest badge,[3] or attached at the shoulder of a lady's tartan sash. According to popular lore clan badges were used by Scottish clans as a means of identification in battle.

A clan badge, sometimes called a plant badge, is a badge or emblem, usually a sprig of a specific plant, that is used to identify a member of a particular Scottish clan.[1] They are usually worn in a bonnet[2] behind the Scottish crest badge,[3] or attached at the shoulder of a lady's tartan sash. According to popular lore clan badges were used by Scottish clans as a means of identification in battle.

The kilt is a traditional men's garment in Scotland and Ireland, and some fashion designers, such as Jean-Paul Gaultier, have shown men's skirts.

The kilt is a traditional men's garment in Scotland and Ireland, and some fashion designers, such as Jean-Paul Gaultier, have shown men's skirts.

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