Fine Scottish Highland Wear & Vintage Kilt Style Blog
Scottish Highland Royal Court Dress CodeScottish Highland Royal Court Dress Code - We have had various discussions over the years about the history of civilian court dress ( not court uniform or military dress uniform ). Recently the subject came up again in a Facebook post of ours, so we … Read More
19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran19th Century Style Prince Charlie Cantle Scottish Goats Hair Dress Sporran – A classic goat hair Scottish dress sporran with Prince Charlie style thistle cantle and thistle badge. The back is in tooled black leather. The no tassel sporran style was … Read More
Scottish Jackets Cuff StyleScottish Jackets Cuff Style - All of our jackets are hand made to order here in Scotland and this gives us a chance to offer a range of cuff styles on your new jacket. We thought we would share a few photos of cuff styling that may … Read More
Cladich kilt garter flashes and their journey to the 21st Century Cladich kilt garter flashes and their journey to the 21st Century - There had been a community of McIntyres living at Cladich on Loch Awe and weaving the distinctive garter flashes. The garters were woven on a special hand … Read More
The House of Labhran was established in 1998 as an online Highland wear and design studio. Based on Speyside in the heart of the Highlands we specialise in Scottish vintage pattern Highland wear, silver sgian dubhs, Scottish tweeds, Scottish regimental insignia and Scottish antique silver.
We source wonderful Scottish collectibles and antiques for private collectors around the world. If you are search for that special sporran, sgian dubh, provincial Scottish silver or vintage clan badge we would love to hear from you. We specialise in Scottish antique and vintage silverware and have a wonderful array of pieces across the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras.
When it comes to Highland wear accessories our range is second to none. Our classic quality wool Scottish Glengarries, Balmorals, Tweed Tam O Shanters have been made here in Scotland since 1845 and can be adorned with one of our antique or vintage clan badges.
At the House of Labhran we specialise in Scottish kilt jackets and Scottish estate tweed shooting jackets. Our approach is one of classic styling with progression and originality. We offer an extensive range of tweed kilt jackets and waistcoat styles. Our kilt jackets are all tailored here in Scotland in classic Scottish estate sporting tweeds.