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"Valentine" (Gaul)
"Valentine" (Bell)
"Heart to Heart"
"A Valentine Wedding Knot"
"Hearts Content"
"Valentine's Strathspey" (Willitt)
"Happy Valentine"
"Lovers Knot"
"Love Spoon"
"Gibb's Valentine Party"
"Lady Valentine's Jig"
"My Cary Valentine"
"Saint Valentine's Day" (Donaldson)
"Saint Valentine's Day" (Mitchell)
"Valentine Special"
"Valentine's Strathspey" (Baker)
"The Valentine"

Valentine's Day

In medieval times, if you wanted to demonstrate your love, you did so by presenting the recipient of your affection with a Luckenbooth brooch.  This silver brooch consisted of entwined hearts with a crown on top.


The name is derived from the Luckenbooth or "Locking Booths" – small shops that were a regular feature on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.


Scroll down for the seasonal collection, and for more details about the tartans and their inspiration, click any picture to visit these individual entries on the Curious and Unusual Tartans website, where the tartans are arranged within the calendar year.

Enjoy this special selection of tartans!   

Click any picture below for more details about the tartans

 on the curious and Unusual Tartans website!  

these tartans and more all reside within the calendar year of tartans.

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