Douglas Ancient Tartan Ruffle Brooch
Douglas Tartan -
Clan Douglas is a Lowland clan, taking its name from the Gaelic 'dubh glas' meaning 'black water'.
In the early 12th century, 'Theobald le Fleming' was granted the Douglas lands in Lanarkshire, by the Abbot of Kelso, and his son was styled Lord of Douglas.
He was the first man to assume the name.
There are 5 Douglas tartan clan patterns.
This is a new addition to my tartan accessories range.
This cute little tartan brooch pin is made to order and will take a few days, plus delivery time.
It is great for a touch of tartan to an outfit or hat or onto a wedding dress or costume, or simply as a gift.
Made with a small circle of royal blue felt with a small brooch pin attached and a handmade and sewn ruffle of Douglas Ancient tartan ribbon with wide ribbon shaped trails and finished with either a cluster of sapphire pearls and a white pearl in the centre, silver Celtic button, or a Bronze Celtic Knot with a choice of finishes.
Size approx- 6 cm wide x 10.5 cm long
Also available to order in a wide range of tartans and coloured beads/ finishes