MacPherson Modern Red Sample
MacPherson name is derived from the gaelic Macaphersein, meaning “Sons of the Parson”. The clan is known to have been founded by Murdo Cattenach, a priest of Kingussie in Badenoch.
The MacPhersons formed part of the great Clan Chattan, and regularly disputed the leadership of this federation with the MacKintosh Clan.
Gaelic Name: Mac a’ Phearsoin
Motto: Touch not the cat but a glove
Badge: White heather
Origin of Name: Gaelic, Mac a’ Phearsoin (Son of the Parson)
Pipe Music: MacPherson’s March
Clan Chief: The Hon. Sir William MacPherson
ABOUT THE CARPET
Materials: All of our carpets are 80% British Wool and 20% Nylon. Woven 8 row Axminster with a heavy commercial quality.