Lucy Murdoch
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Highland women wore something very similar to the men's plaid called the earasaid, the English form of which is arisaid. (pr: arisade). I have a length of my Clan tartan that I wear this way.

Highland women wore something very similar to the men's plaid called the earasaid, the English form of which is arisaid. (pr: arisade). I have a length of my Clan tartan that I wear this way.

Created by talented Scottish artist Wendy Goode, on the Monymusk Estate in Rural Aberdeenshire. Inspired by the local wildlife and striking colours of pheasant feathers these spectacular brooches also use partridge, mallard, blue jay, guinea fowl and cockerel feathers. The vast majority of the feathers are sourced locally by the artist, and also feature donated feathers from other parts of the U.K.The bases for the feathers come from recycled cartridge and rifle shells sourced from local…

Created by talented Scottish artist Wendy Goode, on the Monymusk Estate in Rural Aberdeenshire. Inspired by the local wildlife and striking colours of pheasant feathers these spectacular brooches also use partridge, mallard, blue jay, guinea fowl and cockerel feathers. The vast majority of the feathers are sourced locally by the artist, and also feature donated feathers from other parts of the U.K.The bases for the feathers come from recycled cartridge and rifle shells sourced from local…

Dogs help a Scottish gamekeeper keep watch in Aberfoyle, Scotland, March 1919.Photograph by William Reid, National Geographic

Dogs help a Scottish gamekeeper keep watch in Aberfoyle, Scotland, March 1919.Photograph by William Reid, National Geographic

Ancient Highland Dress | Scottish Tartans Authority

Ancient Highland Dress | Scottish Tartans Authority