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    Anyone recognis this?

    I'm normally pretty good at identifying tartans but this modern, asymmetric one has me stumped. In part it's because of the need to identify the shades which in tern affect the search parameters. A couple of these shades could be classified as Blue, Purple or Red. Anyone recognise this?

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    While I can't identify it, the tartan looks like "Mardi Gras" to me! Purple, green, and gold, with a blue base to balance it out.

    Clan Mackintosh North America / Clan Chattan Association
    Cormack, McIntosh, Gow, Finlayson, Farquar, Waters, Swanson, Ross, Oag, Gilbert, Munro, Turnbough,
    McElroy, McCoy, Mackay, Henderson, Ivester, Castles, Copeland, MacQueen, McCumber, Matheson, Burns,
    Wilson, Campbell, Bartlett, Munro - a few of the ancestral names, mainly from the North-east of Scotland




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    I just sent a PM to our friend Zardoz. If anyone would know about Mardi Gras tartans, it would be him. He hasn't posted in a while and may not respond. So, we wait, or the mystery is solved soon.

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