Royal Stewart tartan face covering woven in Scotland from polycotton and washable at 50 degrees centigrade. Two elastic straps sit around the head and enable the mask to be pulled down around the neck when not required over the mouth. Black polycotton lining, pleated design fits many sizes.
Our tartan face masks are woven at a Scottish tartan mill in the Scottish Borders. Please note, these are not PPE equipment, but sold as face coverings for personal use when out and about in public places.
The Royal House of Stewart sprang from a Breton noble, Alan who became Earl of Shropshire. His son, Walter Fitz-Alan, went north to settle in Scotland. There he became Great Stewart (Steward) to David the 1st, and office subsequently made hereditary in his house. Walter, the 3rd, adopted Stewart as his surname. The 6th Stewart led his men at Bannockburn. He subsequently married Bruce's daughter and their son ascended the Throne as Robert II. So began the Royal House of Stewart.
Looking for your own tartan face mask? We can make to order - just contact us with your request.
Please note, you don't have to be a member of a clan to wear this tartan face mask!