Hamilton Hunting Tartan Carpet
£64.50 / sq m
Graphic display is a guide only, we do advise ordering a sample before placing your order.
The Hamilton clan were considered one of the most important lowland clans, founded in Renfrewshire where they were granted lands by King Robert the Bruce of Scotland. The Norman name is thought to have been taken from Walter Fitz-Gilbert of the village of Hamilton or Hameldune in Leicestershire, who moved to Renfrewshire. He is first documented in a 1294/1249 charted given to Paisley Monastery.
The Hamilton Hunting tartan is a light bright blue and green with a white stripe.
Crest: In a ducal cornet an oak tree fructed and penetrated transversely in the main stem by a frame saw Proper, the frame Or
Gaelic Name: Hamultun
Lands: Renfrewshire, Arran
Clan Chief: His Grace The Duke of Hamilton
Seat: Lennoxlove House, historically was Hamilton Palace.
ABOUT THE CARPET
Materials: All of our carpets are 80% British Wool and 20% Nylon. Woven 8 row Axminster with a heavy commercial quality.
|Carpet Width (Fixed at 4m)|