Scottish Tweed Lover – Preparing for the coming season

Scottish Tweed Lover – Preparing for the coming seasonScottish Tweed Lover – Preparing for the coming season –  The coming season is a perfect reason to look in your wardrobe and plan a new tweed to add to you collection. It maybe for days on the hills or a new … Read More

Scottish Edward VIII Style Tweed Crail Kilt Jacket

Scottish Edward VIII Style Tweed Crail Kilt JacketScottish Edward VIII Style Tweed Crail Kilt Jacket – plain cuff – jetted pockets – leather covered buttons Made to order In 100% pure wool in Glenlyon 775gm, Kirkton 16oz and Ettrick 21oz keepers tweed cloths Matching waistcoat also available as an extra. We specialise … Read More

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Who we are Our website address is: https://houseoflabhran.net and https://houseoflabhran.com What personal data we collect and why we collect it Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam … Read More

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Terms & ConditionsTerms & Conditions – If you have a time issue on an order for a wedding etc, then please let us know when ordering and we will do our best to meet it. We can’t always meet a deadline but we will try to help.House of Labhran can accept … Read 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 reference.  1909 price Clan tartan stockings in heavy gauge or … 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, she commissioned Macleay to paint a miniature of Prince Alfred, … Read More

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