Tartan Necklace

Tartan History

Flower of Scotland

The song "Flower of Scotland" written by Roy Williamson of the Corries, is Scotland’s unofficial national anthem, and stirs a strong sense of pride and patriotism in all Scots. The song tells of the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 and King Robert the Bruce's victory against King Edward II of England. The Flower of Scotland tartan itself was designed as a tribute to Williamson and was registered with the Scottish Tartans Authority in 1990, the year he died.
The flower is the wild white briar rose - the flower used by the Jacobites during the 1745 uprising