Feather Hackles – Regimental Traditions

Feather Hackles – Regimental TraditionsFeather Hackles – Regimental Traditions. The hackle is a clipped feather plume that is attached to a military headdress. In the British Army and the armies of some Commonwealth countries, the hackle is worn by some infantry regiments, especially those designated as fusilier regiments and those with Scottish and Northern Irish origins. The colour of the hackle varies from regiment to regiment. The … Read More

Atholl Highlanders Kilt Garters – Period Style Red Garter Flashes

Atholl Highlanders Kilt Garters – Period Style Red Garter FlashesAtholl Highlanders Kilt Garters – Period Style Red Garter Flashes – Period style classic red worsted garter as worn by the regiment. Supplied with an elastic easy kilt garter. Hand made for that correct period look required by re enactors and … Read More

Vintage Style Laird’s Sporran – Featuring vintage brass cantle

Vintage Style Laird’s Sporran – Featuring vintage brass cantle Vintage style Laird’s sporran featuring an original vintage brass sporran cantle. We had a wonderful brass vintage 1920’s sporran cantle that we have used to design a sporran based on an original worn by and still used by one of the … Read More

Victorian Tie Kilt Garter Flashes – 1890’s Highland Style

Victorian Tie Kilt Garter FlashesVictorian Tie Kilt Garter Flashes as worn in the 1890’s and how to tie them. A while ago we launched a self tie kilt garter flash based on the original set we have in our collection that dates from 1890’s and belonged to the Earl of … Read More

Royal Family Edwardian Photographs – Magic Lantern Slides

Royal Family Edwardian Photographs – Magic Lantern Slides. We were recently lucky enough to purchase a collection of what we consider to have been private Magic Lantern slides belonging to the royal household from circa 1903-05. The feature images of the family at Balmoral Estate in the Highlands of Scotland, … Read More

19th Century Antique Jacobite Style Sporran

19th Century Antique Jacobite Style Sporran – One of the most popular sporrans we get asked to recreate is the Jacobite style sporrans of the late 17th and 18th centuries in the style worn during the 45. The 1950’s Culloden army sporran cantle is often used to create the look. … Read More

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