Scottish Highland Wear & Regimental Showcase At the House of Labhran all our range is traditionally tailored in Scotland. We offer some of the finest tartan clan and regimental kilts, trews and kilt jackets in fine wools, tweeds and velvets. From classic Prince Charlie jackets and doublets to classic Haggarts, Harris & Ettrick tweed Argyle jackets and waistcoats. When it comes to Highland wear accessories our range is second to none. Our classic quality wool Scottish Glengarries, Balmorals, Tam O Shanters have been made here in Scotland since 1845 and can be adorned with one of our antique or vintage clan badges. We design wonderful new bespoke sporrans for clients and source an stunning range of pre loved vintage sporrans and silver sgian dubhs.

Labhran Highland Wear Style Blog

Our Labhran style blog will bring you a regular blog post with our thoughts and ideas for Scottish Gentlemen, Dandies and Rogues. Featuring our news and views on kilts, tweeds tartans and vintage - antique Highland wear finds. We hope you enjoy the posts and check back regularly for the latest posts. Share our passion for Scottish national dress.

We hope you will be interested by our articles and thoughts and ideas for Scottish vintage Highland dress, antique sgian dubhs, vintage sporrans, bagpipe banners, vintage kilt style, regimental insignia and accoutrements . We hope you enjoy the posts and check back regularly for the latest posts. 

The House of Labhran are proud to have worked on designs for the Scottish Highland Regiments, Canadian Regiments US Army, USAF baldrics, Fire & Rescue, Military Academy Bands, RAF, ATC, Police, Scottish & Irish Flute Bands, Royal British Legion, Parachute Regiment and British army. 

We have also worked on film, theatre and television projects including: The National Theatre of Scotland-The Black Watch, The English National Opera, Warner Brothers Film, The Age, Billy Budd, Wonder Women, The Four Feathers, The Crown, Victoria and Abdul and many more. 

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R W Forsyth – Classic Highland Wear Outfitter 1909 Catalogue.

R W Forsyth – Classic Highland Wear Outfitter 1909 Catalogue. We have just acquired a 1909 copy of the RW Forsyth Highland dress catalogue. So we thought we would share some images, prices and details from the catalogue. Love vintage … Read More

1860-80’s Antique Scottish Silver Agate Buckle Bracelet

1860-80’s Antique Scottish Silver Agate Buckle Bracelet1860-80’s Antique Scottish Silver Agate Buckle Bracelet An excellent example of an antique Scottish agate bracelet with unmarked engraved silver buckle and fixings. In lovely condition as can be seen in the photos. The fine … Read More

1872 Scottish 19th Century Victorian Antique Whisky Quaich

1872 Scottish 19th Century Victorian Antique Whisky Quaich1872 Scottish 19th Century Victorian Antique Whisky Quaich Wonderful 19th Century Victorian whisky quaich in turned wood. This may have been a prize or christening present as it is engraved The quaich measures … Read More

We are not amused: Kenneth MacLeay – Queen Victoria’s Highlanders of Scotland

We are not amused: The artist who dared to disobey Queen Victoria – Kenneth MacLeay Watercolours In June 1864, the Scottish painter Kenneth Macleay painted a portrait of Queen Victoria’s sons, Princes Alfred, Arthur and Leopold. Pleased with the picture, … Read More

Scottish Antique Whisky Toddy Ladles

Scottish Antique Whisky Toddy LadlesScottish Antique Whisky Toddy Ladles – One of the first antique treen toddy ladles we found was nearly 20 years ago in a box with a set of antique Malcolm MacGregor bagpipes from 1811. The bowl … Read More

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