Scottish Clan Scarf : MacKinlay Modern
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This material is 100% wool. The name derives from a Gaelic phrase denoting 'fair hero', and the clan flourished for centuries in different areas of Scotland, particularly Loch Lomond and Braemar. Resolute in its defence of Scotland's freedom and independence it was an ancestor of the MacKinleys of today who carried the Scottish Royal Standard at the battle of Pinkie Cleugh in 1547 and who was among the Scots dead.
The brief history of the clan is written on label along with the motto and crest.