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 House of Fraser Shop.jpg House of Fraser and Tartan Museum.
Tartan History and Kilt making on display. Watch the ladies putting the finishing touches to any number of kilts.
4-9 Huntly Street, Inverness
 House of Fraser 10.jpg  So much to choose from.
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 Sporrans

Plus
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 More Sporrans plus a wide range of Sgian Dubhs

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 Kilt Pins, Broaches and other jewellery

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 House of Fraser.jpg  More Jewellery
 Cleland Kilt 3.jpg  House of Fraser Production Manager and head Tailor, David Bruce, hard at work
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 Douglas Tartan on which the Cleland Tartan sett is based.

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 Ellen Marshall kilt maker extraordinere

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Ellen said she found it a pleasure to work with the Cleland Sett

and was very pleased with her work.

So was I.

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 Busy place this. Must be good to have this amount of work.

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Clan Cleland Tartan Waist Coat almost finished.

Only the buttons to go then I’ll be the smartest one there.

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There are plenty of Bed and breakfast places in Inverness.

This one, at which we stayed, is only 100yds from the Kilt Maker.