Wallace Red Tartan Rug
The Wallace clan is recorded back to the 12th century as the family held lands around Ayrshire and Renfrewshire. The name Wallace came from the clan founder Walensis of Riccarton, and the family first came to Scotland in the 11th century. The most famous Wallace is of course William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland.
The Wallace Red tartan is predominantly red with black and pale yellow.
Crest: Issuant from a crest coronet of four (three visible) strawberry leaves Or, a dexter arm vambraced, the hand brandishing a sword all Proper
Gaelic Name: Ullas
Motto: Pro libertate (For liberty)
Lands: Ayrshire and Renfrewshire
Origin of Name: From Volcae, a tribe in North Gaul
Clan Chief: Ian Francis Wallace of that Ilk, Chief of the Name and Arms of Wallace
ABOUT THE RUG
Materials: All of our rugs are 80% British Wool and 20% Nylon. Woven 8 row Axminster with a heavy commercial quality.